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The Mayor is committed to reducing carbon emissions in the capital and is already undertaking many of the recommendations in the Environment Committee’s report, a spokesperson for Boris John said, after a report suggested not enough was being done to tackle pollution levels.
A report has been produced showing not enough is being done to meet carbon emission targets in London.
The London Assembly Environment Committee has produced a 'report card' and gives Mayor Boris Johnson a score of four out of ten.
Performance in the retrofitting of homes was one of the lowest, with a score of 3 out of 10.
The report recommends that more is done on local and low-carbon energy, especially solar, and on helping businesses to cut their energy bills.