Targets and priorities

Clearer targets and priorities must be identified if the capital is to become a sustainable world city, the London Assembly's environment committee has warned. The claim was made last week following a review of mayor Ken Livingstone's environmental strategies. Committee chairman Darren Johnson has written to the mayor expressing concern over the number of "vague" targets, the diverse range of objectives and poor priorities. He called for an urgent review of the strategy.

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