Welcome to Sustainable St Albans, a group of ordinary people trying to make St Albans District a more environmentally sustainable place to live.
Together we find positive and creative ways to act locally to raise awareness and address the challenges of climate change, live more sustainably and move towards a low-carbon economy. We would love you to join in, come to our events… have a look around – see below…
From May 11th to June 1st Sustainable St Albans and Friends of the Earth St Albans organised a special St Albans Festival packed with 160+ events across St Albans, Harpenden and the villages. A huge thanks to all our sponsors, event organisers and all the volunteers that made this landmark festival happen
See loads of photos from the #SustFest19 events during Sustainability Festival 11 May – 1 June 2019. From bike rides to bat walks, repair fairs to music – take a look!
Be a Climate Hero. See important actions you can take individually and to influence others. Download you Climate Action postcard
Visit one of the FREE Open Food Gardens for our summer programme – until October – local food growing gardens, allotments and growing projects to inspire you to #growyourown
Our Planet Our Future continues on Mon 8th July with “From Riches to Rags?” with speakers Caroline Jones of ‘#KnickersModelsOwn’ & Lara Davis from All Dressed Up. Mon 9th September “Reuse, reduce, recycle”. Free! Book now!
#SustFest19 was 160 events 11th May to 1st June. Find out more about what happened across St Albans district.
See the amazing 160+ supporters of the Sustainability Festival 2019 – Community groups, businesses, schools, youth groups and faith groups.
Playing Out St Albans is in a trial phase in the district of St Albans. Please get in touch to find out more about joining the trial and closing your street on a regular basis allowing children to play.
Find out how to borrow FREE – Use the Thermal Imaging Camera to see where heat leaks in your house from Oct-Mar each winter
Sustainable St Albans is a partner with Plastic Free St Albans, an alliance of local people concerned about our impact on the environment