London Climate Goals Design Sprint


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London faces perhaps its most critical challenge in reaching net-zero emissions by 2030.

By bringing together London borough environment teams with their digital and data colleagues as well as leading experts from industry and academia, this two-day design sprint will explore how digital, data and innovative smart city approaches can support the delivery of the capital’s environmental goals.

In partnership with the London Environmental Directors Network (LEDNet), the event will explore how digital innovation can support the big challenges London boroughs are tackling through their collaborative, city-wide climate programmes. In particular, we will focus on how we can collaborate to:

  • Support Londoners to source 100% renewable power, reduce consumption and save money
  • Halve road journeys made by petrol and diesel, and increase uptake of active and sustainable travel choices
  • Reduce London’s consumption emissions by two thirds, focusing on food, electronics, textiles and plastics
  • Retrofit all London’s domestic and non-domestic buildings to an average level of EPC B.

The two day in person design sprint will take place on 16 and 23 May. Invites will be circulated to environment teams via LEDNet and data, technology and innovation practitioners via LOTI. Please contact jay.saggar@loti.london if you would like to be involved.

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