£4M in funding announced for 19 projects across London aimed at building resilience to climate change.

With the UK set to have another heatwave this week, we were glad here at Intersect Global to read that:

Making better use of rain water in London was the focus of a new funding stream announced last week. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced £4M in funding for 19 projects across the capital aimed at building resilience to climate change and that Eleven boroughs will receive £2.85M from the Green and Healthy Streets Fund and funding will also be provided to enable the development of strategic green walking routes.

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(Article from New Civil Engineering, written by Tim Clark)

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