usd:
27.839 грн.
Purchase
27.83 грн.
Sale
28.055 грн.
usd:
27.839 грн.
eur:
31.447 грн.
Purchase
31.30 грн.
Sale
31.80 грн.
eur:
31.447 грн.
Today
+10... 14 °С
Cloudy, without precipitation
Tomorrow
+11... 15 °С
Sunny, without precipitaion
Today
+10... 14 °С
Cloudy, without precipitation
Tomorrow
+11... 15 °С
Sunny, without precipitaion

News London. Ecology

+ Report a news item
Ecology
Nearly 100 firefighters battled a huge grass fire which raged for hours near Heathrow Airport . The inferno, which reached the size of four football -writes standard.co.uk  Fifteen fire engines were deployed to try and bring the blaze under control but it continued to burn long into the evening. A London Fire Brigade spokeswoman said that the long stretch of dry weather was probably the cause of the blaze. She said she was unable to say when the fire would...
News from Tower Hamlets
In the run up to Clean Air day on 21 June, John Biggs, Mayor of Tower Hamlets has lent his support to the Mayor of London’s call for the government to ban new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2030. John Biggs, Mayor of Tower Hamlets said: "It is appalling that forty per cent of our residents live in areas where air pollution exceeds national and EU guidelines, and they are breathing in chemicals that negatively impact on their health. "We are doing all we c...
Ecology
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan wants to tackle air pollution (Kirsty O’Connor/PA)Photo: PA Wire/PA Images Tens of thousands of cars and vans will face daily pollution charges of £12.50 in London as Mayor Sadiq Khan confirmed plans for a large-scale emissions zone. The ultra-low emission zone, being brought in for central London in April 2019, will be expanded to the North and South Circular roads from October 2021, Mr Khan has announced. It means polluting veh...
Ecology
According to the intentions of the British government, wet wipes, which are widely used in various areas of daily life, can disappear from the shops of this country. The government claims that its plan to eliminate plastic waste "includes disposable products such as wet wipes." The reason - napkins contain plastic, which does not decompose in nature. Therefore, manufacturers will either have to create a napkin without plastic, or consumers will have to do...
Ecology
The University of Portsmouth offered a non-standard solution for the destruction of non-recyclable plastic waste. As a result of the scientific experiment in Portsmouth, protein that destroys chains of chemical bonds in polyethylene terephthalate (PET) (the most popular material for the production of plastic bottles and containers) was synthesized. Despite the manufacturers' statement about the good degradability of polyester material, it is the PET bottle...
Ecology
About a hundred public and environmental organizations appealed to the mayor of London with an open letter, in which they proposed to ban all private vehicles for one day as part of the struggle to improve the city's ecology. Over eight thousand people and about a hundred public organizations signed a petition calling for a "Car Free Day" in London, that is, to refuse traveling on private cars in favor of public transport or bicycles. The initiative group...