Zero Carbon London is the latest NLA report, showcasing the exemplar projects that push the bar of environmental design and contribute to London’s ambition to become a low carbon city.
Among the featured schemes are three Stanton Williams projects – Museum of London West Smithfield, UCL East Marshgate and the Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children.
Zero Carbon London offers an unprecedented insight into where the built environment profession is currently in the fight against climate change, and the measures that need to be prioritised in London to achieve this goal.
London has committed to achieve net zero carbon targets by 2050, with the Mayor proposing to bring the deadline forward to 2030.
Download the report here.