LCCP runs a Heat Risk in London group, which acts as a hub for knowledge exchange between organisations working on the various aspects of planning for heatwaves and responding to longer term overheating risk. Find out more about the group and its objectives here.
For its latest meeting the group focussed, among other things, on flexible adaptation pathways for heat, the Zero Carbon Hub’s Tackling Overheating in Buildings project and heatwave planning for 2015.
The Heat Risk in London group currently has representatives from the following organisations: Greater London Authority, Environment Agency, Transport for London, Zero Carbon Hub, London Resilience, the Met Office, NHS, Public Health England, Defra, Department of Health, Oxford University, UCL, Kings College London, BRE, University of Greenwich, LHC, Arup and London Borough of Islington.
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