For a leading city, London has an abysmal record on air pollution, clean energy and waste. Can Boris Johnson’s successor turn them around?

Green issues are front and centre in the race to succeed London's colourful mayor, the Conservative heavyweight Boris Johnson, on 5 May.

Labour candidate Sadiq Khan, and his Conservative rival Zac Goldsmith, along with the Liberal Democrats’ Caroline Pidgeon and the Greens’ Sian Berry are all promising to...

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