Momentum joins The Future Watches the Airport
11am, Monday 21st July
Meet at 10.30am at the Roz Café, Pier Parade, E16 2LJ (see map)
LONDON CITY AIRPORT wants to expand. In July Newham Council will decide whether to let them.
The Airport has already outgrown its Docklands location. More expansion will mean more noise, more air pollution and more heavy traffic in the streets near the airport.
Meanwhile proposals to revive the Royal Docks by replacing the airport with sustainable developments are gathering support: http://www.neweconomics.org/publications/entry/royal-docks-revival
On Monday 21st July at 11am - the week that Newham Council will make their decision - action group The Future we will go and watch the airport.
The Momentum Project will join them in drawing a circle around our eyes to show that we are watching those with power and that we will judge them if they choose the toxicity of London City Airport over the health of local people and of London.
Groups of people from around the world have worn this symbol to show that we stand united for The Future.
Join the facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/1470349646541925/
HacanEast, campaigners against noise and air pollution caused by aviation, are organising an Election Hustings - our chance to quiz candidates standing in Newham what they’ll do for the Royal Docks, and ask them how seriously they take clean air and improving quality of life in the Docks.
Election Hustings Meeting about City Airport: 12th May
Posted on May 3, 2014
Your chance to ask politicians about City Airport and the Royal Docks
· Have concerns about London City Airport?
· Want to find out what the political parties will do for the Royal Docks and for Newham?
May 12th at 7.30pm
Britannia Village Hall
65 Evelyn Road, West Silvertown, London E16 1TU
Hear what the political parties have to say!
Ask them questions!
A representative of all the parties standing at the Mayoral, council and European elections to be held on the 22nd May has been invited to the meeting.
Call for young singers, performers and life enthusiasts in the Docks to join the Singstars choir.
Every monday 4.30 to 6.30pm at Asta Centre, Camel Rd Silvertwon.
Join in to create original songs and perform at the Crystal during Tedx Newham on May 11th!
Thanks North Woolwich and Silvertown residents, we had such a great time Saturday!
Agatha and Janette made delicious cakes and Food For All prepared an incredibly tasty meal using exceeding produce donated by supermarkets.
We also had good food for thoughts as result of our public consultation.
What do we wish for our community? What do we want to see implemented?
Lots of great dreams to transform into reality in 2013!
Winter Feast in the Docks, delicious food cooked by Food For All
Getting ready for a great day this coming saturday!
For For All http://foodforall.org.uk/ will prepare some seriously tasty meal using extra produce donated by supermarkets and Royal Docks local chefs Agatha and Janette will surely impress us with their xmas dessert!
Also we’ll play using models and interactive methods developing together your ideal public space in the Docks. Join us and make Saint John Green the ultimate space for the community!
Saci Lloyd of the Momentum Project speaking about a carbon zero London at this wonderful event at the Southbank Centre with the amazing Caroline Lucas, George Monbiot, Giles Frazer, Kevin Anderson and Andrew Simms.
How to get around in the future city. Love it!
Wow went to opening of the Siemen’s Crystal building, London’s newest landmark building and the world’s first center dedicated to improving our knowledge of urban sustainability.
Urban sustainability is among the most critically important global issues of the 21st century. Over half the world’s population live in urban areas - from small cities like York, to megacities like New York - and by 2050 that proportion will rise to 70% of all humanity.
The big challenge is that cities now consume about 75% of all the world’s energy and emit around 80% of all greenhouse gases. The fight against climate change will therefore be won or lost in cities, so it’s crucial we make our urban habitats more efficient, cleaner and better to live in - not only for ourselves, but for future generations and the earth’s diverse ecosystems.