10.0102 Agenda 21 & Local Action on Sustainable Development

London Sustainable Development Commission


The London Sustainable Development Commission was established in 2002 to advise the Mayor of London on making London an exemplary sustainable world city.

The Commission is made up of individual experts from the economic, social, environmental and London governance sectors. Commissioners give their time voluntarily, promoting sustainable development, embedding sustainability into London wide strategies, and helping make sustainability a meaningful and understandable concept for all Londoners.


City Hall, 3rd Floor,
The Queen's Walk,
London SE1 2AA
United Kingdom
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