CRP’s Spotlight On: London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

27th April 2021 / Posted by CRP Team

This week’s focus is on CRP partner, the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, who are set for a green recovery through the Hammersmith and Fulham Climate Alliance. We heard from Emily Tulloh, Climate Emergency Community Engagement Lead, about the Council’s route to net zero. 

Hammersmith & Fulham Council has been supporting local businesses as restrictions lift: from our Shop Local Shop Safe campaign to distributing COVID-19 grant funding. Now, we want to help organisations build back cleaner and greener through the Hammersmith & Fulham Climate Alliance.

This will be a network of local organisations committed to reducing emissions to net zero by 2030. By connecting with others, organisations of all sizes will be supported reduce emissions, share experiences and collaborate on carbon reduction projects. The council has set an ambitious target of reaching net zero across the borough by 2030. But we need new ideas, new partnerships and new ways of working to usher in a sustainable future for generations.

That’s why we need your input to design the Hammersmith & Fulham Climate Alliance. We’re in our early stages of developing the Alliance, working alongside CRP and local BIDs. Now we need local organisations to share their experiences and help us shape the proposition.

There are many different ways you can get involved:

  • Take part in a 45 minute interview: sharing your hopes, fears, ideas and challenges of building a greener business
  • Get involved as a strategic partner: taking part in co-production workshops, helping us design and shape the network

Please submit your email address through this form and we’ll be in touch. We hope you can join us on the route to a green recovery!