On 12th September 2022, Kimberley Hare of HEART Community Group joined Our Planet Our Future to give two short talks, both designed to invite participants… Read More »Creating Climate Resilient Communities: What’s most important now?
Sustainable St Albans is actively recruiting for new people to join the existing trustee group. You need to bring time and enthusiasm, and some knowledge… Read More »Could you be a Trustee with Sustainable St Albans?
Schools in St Albans, Harpenden and the village threw themselves into eco activities for the district’s annual Sustainable Schools Week.
All Saints’ church hall in Harpenden was a hive of activity last Saturday (12 February 2022) when the church hosted the first Repair Fair organised… Read More »St Albans District Fixers first event hailed as an unqualified success
When St Albans District Council declared a climate emergency in 2019 they set a target for the district to reach net zero as 2030. The… Read More »Volunteer to help St Albans reach net zero by 2030
Read about #COP26 from the point of view of an ordinary person who attended the conference in Glasgow. Our trustee tells all. #PostcardFromCOP. #CountdownToCOP
What action will you take during COP26? Pick one climate action from Count Us In, check out our blog and resources and then take that step today. #CountdownToCOP
Simon Grover discusses various ways we can green our money to make our pensions, banks and investments help the climate. #CountdownToCOP
Dan Fletcher shows us 3 ways to speak up at work about the climate crisis and make our voices heard by our businesses. #CountdownToCOP
Jess Simmons shows how your voice counts when it comes to climate change – 5 steps to tell your politicians that you care. #CountdownToCOP
Emily Southcombe explains how to wear clothes to last – both by buying second-hand and also by repairing and upcycling what you already own.
Judith Leary-Joyce tells the story of how she turned her late Victorian end of terrace house from cold to cosy with insulation and draught-proofing.