A book review of Letters to the Earth – Writing to a Planet in Crisis, the first book of the Environment Book Club
Our Planet Our Future
The OPOF Environment Book Club launched with 7 founder members on 14th November 2023! The launch book was Letters to… Read More »Launching the Our Planet Our Future Book Club
An evening of talks and discussion about organising street activities. Find out more about Playing Out, Street Parties and Wilderhood… Read More »Our Planet Our Future – Building Greener Street Communities
A reflection on our recent film screening of the Ants and the Grasshopper, an event as part of our Our Planet Our Future series
A guided walk through a local nature reserve: Our Planet Our Future visits Batford Springs Local Nature Reserve
Exploring the fascinating and varied habitats thriving just twenty minutes walk from Harpenden Train Station.
Talking about climate change to people you know is incredibly important. You can influence discussions at work and leisure groups, with politicians and neighbours.
On 28th February 2023, we partnered with the RSA (Royal Society of Arts) for an evening of talks and discussion “Climate Action: Curiosity and Connection”.
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.
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