Welcome to part 4 of the “How to go plastic free” guides – today looking at snacks and drinks. The previous blogs have looked at plastic-free kitchen, bathrooms and food shopping – and I hope you have found some helpful ideas to reduce your plastic footprint.Continue reading How to go plastic-free Part 4: Snacks and drinks
As a young black (female) climate advocate/activist, when seeking others involved who looked like myself, it wasn’t always easy…Continue reading Why green groups need to be black and white
Part 3 of our #plasticfreejuly series of blogs…’choosing plastic-free food is really important. Here are some tips to get you started…’Continue reading How To Go Plastic-Free Part 3: Food Shopping
St Albans woman in national #Happylist to celebrate local heroes during lockdown. Kate Swindells, who is a Sopwell resident with a young family, initiated the Grow Community – Sopwell project in order to encourage and enable local residents to grow their own food at home and in community spaces..Continue reading St Albans woman in national #Happylist to celebrate local heroes during lockdown.
Good news: climate issues are now being embedded in to council decision making…We mustn’t let SADC forget that they have committed to encouraging district-wide action not just council action…Continue reading One Year On… St Albans’ District Council climate crisis declaration – progress