London Rivers Week

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London Rivers Week

Restoring and rejuvenating London's waterways could be one of the best defences against climate and environmental threats.

That's according to the Charity Thames 21, which says there is evidence to prove that a river teeming with life, and lined with trees and plants could help defend us from floods, poor air quality, and even heatwaves.

This comes as we are about to enter into London Rivers Week and Debbie Leach is the Chief Executive of Thames 21.

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