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All sorts of surprises have popped up as a result of the Great Herts Garden Bird Count - including the St Albans winner who clocked stunning 77 different bird species. Hear from competition organiser Tom Speller and local winner John Pritchard in this w
New research by Hedley Smith at Homebox suggests that when it comes to action to help the environment we’re talking the talk but not walking the walk – and loosing money because of this.
And age is no bar to wanting to help wildlife as retirees from K
Co-Leader of the UK Green Party, Jonathan Bartley, talks to Amanda Yorwerth about Europe, the economics of sustainability and whether our current political system is up to the challenge of climate change.
Photo Anna Baillie
You don’t get much more eclectic than this!
With blue slug pellets soon to disappear off the shelves, we hear from Chris Thorne of Aylett Nurseries about other ways to save your plants from the ravages of slugs.
And Ruby Raut, CEO of our sponsors W
Is it our children? Recovering from a serious illness? Or feeling ashamed of what your generation has done to the planet? What is it that has inspired people here in St.Albans to do something to help the planet?
As part of our Sustainable Stories Week
With the St.Albans Sustainability Festival well underway Amanda Yorwerth gives you a sneak preview of what to expect at the Market Takeover and hears about a forthcoming event from the Green Angel Syndicate.
The UK Parliament became the first in the world to pass a motion declaring a climate emergency and Sustainable St.Albans has launched a petition to St.Albans District Council asking them to do likewise. Catherine Ross of Sustainable St.Albans joins Amand
Ever wondered whether you can recycle that stack of plant pots that the spiders are making use of in the shed? Or why plant pots aren’t easier to recycle? The answers to these and many more questions on this week’s Environment Matters with Chris Thorne,