The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today commissioned an independent review into London’s preparedness to deal with the potentially devastating impacts of the climate emergency. The new independent review will explore how London can better utilise technology to adapt to climate change, highlighting the important role data and tech plays in tackling the climate emergency as last year’s heatwaves and heavy rain highlighted capital’s vulnerability to climate change with wildfires, flash floods and school closures.


The London Climate Resilience Review will explore how London can harness technology – including AI – to better adapt to, and prepare for, the impacts of a changing climate and future-proof the capital against its devastating impacts. It will then recommend what more can be done to protect Londoners, the environment and the economy from major climate risks including wildfires, flooding and extreme heat.


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