Philip le Riche tells us about his lifetime of repairing all sorts of items, Restart Parties, and how you can learn to make repairs yourself.
Shaun Williams tells us why he went from never wanting to drive an electric car to loving his secondhand Tesla.
Juliet Foxwell gives us her tips for altering the food we buy so we eat seasonal fruit and vegetables, helping our planet and our health at the same time.
Will Tucker tells us about his solar panel installation in St Albans District using the community St Albans Solar Streets scheme.
Becky Alexander shows us how we can introduce more plants into our meals, cutting our carbon footprint while exploring delicious new dishes.
Susheel Rao looks at getting past the barriers that stop us leaving the car at home – particularly how we can get cycling more.
Caroline Wilson gives us 10 top tips on reducing food waste at home – cutting both our carbon footprint and our living costs at the same time.
Ian Yenney looks at how switching your energy may be the easiest step you can take to reduce your CO2 emissions – and how it can make a BIG difference.
Catherine Ross examines why talking about climate change can make us feel awkward and encourages us to have a Climate Conversation.
Make the changes that matter and protect what you love. Learn about our 16 week climate action campaign #CountdownToCOP, based on the 16 highest impact steps you can take. #CountUsIn #StAlbansCAN
We knew from the outset that we would have to go down the eco route – I’m far too much of a vigilante to do anything else. The big limitation was our knowledge. The problem with starting so blind is that we were sure to miss something and now it’s too late to put it right. So one learning was that we should have employed an Eco Builder rather than go with good ‘normal’ builders who were also flying blind.
Saving the planet from the laundry room or the art of sustainable washing – In this guest blog, Terry Over looks at the environmental impact of this everyday task.