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Nov 14 - Gibraltar's Environment Team Met With London Counterparts

A team from the Department of the Environment and Climate Change, headed by Environment Minister Prof John Cortes and Environment CEO Dr Liesl Torres, was in London last week and met with the Mayor of London's Environment team.

A spokesman for Number Six said: "The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has an ambitious and forward thinking environmental agenda, including an extensive environmental strategy which is nearing completion.

"Extensive discussions were held on a wide range of environmental issues. These included traffic and transport, air quality, waste and recycling, energy efficiency and green infrastructure."

"Despite vast differences in size, we have a great deal in common with London and the environmental problems and possibilities. Sadiq Khan's aims and programmes are very similar to ours in Gibraltar and much can be gained from close contact with London's City Hall", commented the Minister Cortes.

The contacts will continue and will in future include discussions also with other Gibraltar Government Ministries.

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