It is Clean Air Day on 21 June and the CCCA has organised, with the support of Alliance members, a couple of free trials that will help you explore options to reducing air pollution related to your business operations. We have also secured a unique opportunity to visit the Camden Highline and get an insight of this exiting proposed green infrastructure for the Borough.
Zero deliveries with Pedivan
Pedivan is a local delivery company that uses only zero-emission cargo trikes. They benefit from access to bus and cycle lanes, making their delivery fast and cost-effective. Each tribike has an amazing 1.7 cubic meters of cargo space and 300kg loading capacity.
As part of Clean Air Day, Pedivan is offering CCCA members the opportunity to use their service at no cost.
London Video Conferencing offers spaces and technology to carry out effective and successful meetings via video conference technology. It brings together people across London, the UK and abroad in one room without the cost, time and pollution related to business travel. Facilities are available 24/7, as it is always 9 am somewhere, and can be booked by the hour, day or week.
London Video Conferencing is offering CCCA members the opportunity to test their facilities on, or around, 21 June (between 9 am to 5 pm) at no cost. Following this trial, they will be offering 15% off any bookings or supply of equipment to CCCA members, including open evenings to allow businesses to become familiar with the technology.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in these trials.
Camden Highline Walking Tour – 21 June, 4,30 pm to 5,30 pm
The Camden Highline is an exciting proposal that is capturing the public imagination and would contribute to Camden Council’s ambition to improve links between Camden Town, Camley Street and King’s Cross, by transforming the existing disused railway into a sustainable green space and transport link that is open for and used by everyone.
Meet the team behind the Camden Highline. Hear the latest progress and take a look at the development model. The tour will be led by Camden Highline Project Manager, Adam Richards.
Follow the link for more information and to book your place
Join our Clean Air for Camden campaign
Please tell us what are you doing or planning to do to contribute to reducing local air pollution and we will help you to spread the word to other businesses and residents in the borough during Clean Air Day (21 June).
Complete our ’call to action on air quality’ now