Mayor of London ploughs £10m into 'Green New Deal' projects

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London is aiming to become a zero carbon city by 2030
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London is aiming to become a zero carbon city by 2030

The funding will focus on tackling building and transport emissions and supporting new green businesses, according to City Hall

A host of green projects in London are set to benefit from £10m in funding announced yesteday as part of the capital's 'Green New Deal Fund', which the Mayor of London claims could create up to 1,000 new...

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