A quick look at what some of London's best-loved institutions are doing to help make the capital a more sustainable place.
Tate is using rain water to flush the loos
In the best use for rain aside from giving your windows a free wash, Tate Modern harvests the sky’s tears and uses them to get rid of your bodily waste. It’s eco-friendly and it brings a new meaning to the phrase ‘arty farty’.
Somerset House’s restaurant has ditched single-use plastic
Frieze is getting greener
The Royal Court has cut back on meat
Previously, meaty dishes at the Royal Court theatre’s restaurant made up 47 percent of the menu. Now that’s down to 25 percent, favouring the least carbon-intensive meats and fish. Phew, say the cows.