Radio Verulam brings you a regular programme on issues at home and abroad which are affecting the environment, with an added focus on the local area.
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Hear from Peter Lindeman of St.Michael’s Church about how church goers are being urged to go plastic free.
Plus, Amanda Yorwerth reports from the Hampton Court Flower Show on the environmental messages from the show gardens.
With the start of Plastic Free July, Sandy Gibb of Plastic Free St.Albans explains how you can help St.Albans to become a Plastic Free City, and John Pritchard of the Ver Valley Society explains why it’s time to get tough on water.
Perhaps it’s the fact that we can’t see air pollution that is the reason why it doesn’t attract the same attention as plastic pollution. Professor Ranjeet Sokhi from the University of Hertfordshire’s Centre for Atmospheric and Climate Physics Research ha
With St.Albans Film Festival starting soon, Amanda Yorwerth discusses green films to inspire and entertain you. Plus, hear the latest on the St.Albans Climate Emergency petition from Catherine Ross of Sustainable St.Albans.
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 King
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 WUKA We
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 du
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.