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Our Thames Vision 2050 seeks to create a clean river, free of sewage, waste and other pollution, supporting greater biodiversity and recreational use

Clean Thames Plan

Priority action plan for a clean Thames (2024-2030)

In collaboration with river users, riparian councils and supporting stakeholders, we've launched the Clean Thames Plan to lay out achievable actions towards a clean river, free of sewage, waste and pollution, supporting greater biodiversity and recreational use.

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Port of London Authority and partners launch Net Zero River Plan for the Thames

Working together to accelerate progress towards decarbonising the Thames, we and a coalition of terminal and vessel operators and supporting stakeholders, have published an action plan for a Net Zero future.

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Air quality

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We are committed to reducing emissions in the Port of London.

Climate change

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We aim to tackle the causes and effects of climate change head-on, both through our own plans and by working with others on the river

Nature & biodiversity

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In 1957, the Thames was declared biologically dead. But the story of the Thames is one of recovery

Water Quality

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We want the river to be the cleanest it has been since the industrial revolution.

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Thames Vision 2050

Natural Thames

Our vision for the Thames in 2050: A clean river, free of pollution and rubbish, supporting more sport, passengers and freight. A resilient Estuary, adapting to climate change and richer in wildlife. 

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We're all responsible for protecting the Thames

Here are some ways you can help protect the environment and the animals that live in and near the river.

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