Welcome to Sustainable St Albans, a group of ordinary people trying to make St Albans District a more environmentally sustainable place to live.
This Autumn we invite you to see our film screening of The Sequel on 18th November, get involved in projects like Playing Out and borrow our Thermal Imaging Camera – and more events.
The Sustainability Festival 2020 dates will be 23rd May to 7th June. You are invited to book your place at our Creative Collaboration Event – for anyone thinking of organising an event for SustFest2020 – it’s creative, it’s collaborative!
The event is on Tuesday 26th November, 7pm St Albans. Come along to get inspiration for your event, share ideas, contribute to the festival – and find out more about plans for 2020. Please book your place here: Free but spaces limited.
Climate Emergency declared at St Albans District Council on 10th July 2019. Read more here…
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…
Our Planet Our Future continues on Mon 18th November, with a film screening of “The Sequel” and discussion. Book now!
Sustainable St Albans events – our own events and other local events – all about keeping the district sustainable!
Please get in touch to find more about Playing Out and closing your street on a regular basis allowing children to play.
FREE. Borrow and use the Thermal Imaging Camera to see where heat leaks in your house. Book your place now!
Next FREE event Sat Oct 26th 11am – 1pm. Theme: winter vegetables. At Incredible Edible Russell Ave, St Albans AL3 5HB
See our fantastic local residents wearing #secondhand for September!
See loads of photos from #SustFest19. From bike rides to bat walks, repair fairs to music – take a look!
Be a Climate Hero. See actions to take individually and to influence others. Download your Climate Action card
Sustainable St Albans partners with Plastic Free St Albans, an alliance of local people campaigning on single-use plastics.