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Working to make London a cleaner city

December 16, 2011 9:09 PM

Sarah Ludford and London LibDems are campaigning hard for action on London's dangerously polluted air which is causing up to 8,000 premature deaths a year.

Despite the coalition pledge to meet EU clean air standards, neither Whitehall nor Boris Johnson have taken decisive action to clean up our oldest cars and boilers.

The new Thames super-sewer will put an end to the 39 million tonnes of raw sewage pumped into our river every year. Sarah has worked with local campaigners to make sure the construction causes the least possible disruption.

Sarah is against any increase in flights at London City airport, as this will only create more noise, more pollution and more CO2.