Regular volunteer Judith Leary-Joyce, shares her free booklet covering everything from windows and doors to general living hacks.
Today’s blog is written by Keshav, a St Albans teenager who shares his top tips (and photography) for kids who want to live more sustainably.
JoM shares their comparison of two external walls: one that has been insulated as part of a retrofit project, and one that has not.
Harpenden Sustainability Market can be found on the tree-lined, shady side of the common on the third Sunday of alternate months.
As part of Our Planet Our Future, residents gathered on 21st March at The Plough and Harrow in Harpenden to hear from six inspiring local eco business owners, who are all now regular traders at the Harpenden Sustainability Markets, and learn the story behind some great local produce, which also reduces carbon footprint.
Jefferson Crafts Jefferson Crafts are the mum and daughter team, Sonya and Danni, ably supported by Danni’s boyfriend Lewis, when… Read More »Sustainability Market – Meet the Stallholder
Looking for something to watch or to learn more about an environmental topic? We’ve compiled a list of great films and documentaries to discover.
With the cost of living crisis continuing to stretch our finances it can be difficult to find any funds for… Read More »Playing Out – helping our children play safely in their streets
Meet Isaac, a Master’s student in Management with a strong passion for web development and a commitment to sustainability. As… Read More »University of Herts student series: My Journey to a Low-Plastic Life
Deep dive into an environmental topic or lose yourself in a topical novel. We’ve compiled a list of our favourite books to get you started.
Judith Leary Joyce describes how we can improve our homes so that they perform for our wellbeing and wallets and, crucially, for the climate
Handy around the house? Could you be a fixer at our Repair Fairs?