19 April 2021
A Crowdfunder to Help Elect Green London Assembly Members
12 March 2021
Our community in Tufnell Park and Upper Holloway was shocked to find out that Ocado had been given permission to open a 24/7 depot in a small vacant light industrial estate right next to a primary school and nursery. We've started a battle to keep the Ocado depot out of our neighbourhood, with our NOcado campaign - and we're now in the courts.
08 February 2021
The campaign to save the trees at Dixon Clark Court should be viewed with great sadness. We should thank the determined and intrepid protestors on the site, as well as many others in the Borough, for focussing our attention on the vital need to retain all our sizeable trees for their contribution to our health and to mitigate against the effects of climate change.
01 February 2021
Homes are a major source of CO2 emissions. To achieve the government and the council’s zero-carbon targets, as well as reduce fuel poverty, we need to carry out ‘deep retrofit’ energy improvements to tens of thousands of existing homes in Islington – comprehensive ‘whole house’ schemes, going far beyond a double-glazed window here and a solar panel there.
28 January 2021
Islington Councillor and London Assembly Member Caroline Russell on Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
25 January 2021
In December 2020, Caroline Russell, Islington councillor and London Assembly member, put forward a motion to the council proposing a pilot of UBI for Islington residents.
18 November 2020
Community campaign calls on Peabody and Council to listen on Holloway Development
15 November 2020
Latest figures show that Islington recycled or composted only 29.6% of its household waste in 2019-20 –fractionally up on the year before but still well below an original target of 37% by 2020.
12 November 2020
Temporary wider pavements are helping safe distancing at shops, bus stops, etc, but Green Councillor Caroline Russell is working with Canonbury School to help make their one permanent
09 November 2020
Campaign Win Against Diesel Depot - Yerbury Primary school children will benefit