Case study: inmidtown creates a buzz around carbon savings

Will Nichols

BusinessGreen Plus discovers how one London district is determined to bee-come the greenest in the capital

High Holborn seems an unlikely place for a green revolution. One of London's arterial routes, it is often choked with near-stationary traffic, whose fumes are penned in by soaring office blocks. Yet...

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