Radio Verulam Environment Matters

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. Tune in Tuesdays & Thursdays from 12pm on 92.6FM or stream live from http://www.radioverulam.com Any questions, comments or suggestions, get in touch! Email: environmentmatters@radioverulam.com

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Should we be concerned about Glyphosate?


Glyphosate is the most commonly used weed killer in the world and in the EU. Its used on crops and by councils to kill weeds in paving, as well as being available for garden use. But should we be concerned about it? Amanda Yorwerth speaks to Professor Da


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Starting out on sustainability? Jen Gale inspires the first steps


For 15 minutes of inspiration, tune in to this weeks show. Eco guru, author, festival organiser and creator of the concept of Sustainable(ish), Jen Gale talks to Amanda about how best to take the first steps to sustainability. She covers the effect of a


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Oxfam open! & time to count butterflies


Its time for this years Big Butterfly Count - Malcolm Hull of Herts and Middlesex Butterfly conservation explains. And Oxfam Fleetville manager, Elton, explains what hes been up to make the shop COVID safe, and how you can help shops like his.


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No rubbish here


Cate Cody last put out her waste bin in 2017. At the start of Plastic Free July, she tells us what prompted her waste free mission, whether its a high cost option and whether her passion takes a lot of time. Plus theres a quick run down of local business


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Cycling out of lockdown…


Cycling has boomed during the pandemic. Hear Helen Burridges heartwarming account about how her family fell in love with cycling during lockdown. Cycling advocate Mike Hartley tells us what he thinks is required to keep us cycling. And Cllr Annie Brewste


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 2020-07-02  n/a
 
 

Wonderful Willows and Pesky Parakeets?


If youve wondered about those squawking green parakeets that circle around St.Albans, youll want to hear Dan Fletcher of St.Albans RSPB explain where they come from, what they do and whether we should be concerned about them. Youll also want to hear abou


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 2020-06-25  n/a
 
 

Battery dangers, compostable conundrums and welcome back to Whipsnade!


Batteries are causing issues for waste operatives at the moment, were puzzled what to do with compostable plastic and our bins are overflowing with recycling. What to do? Louise Palmer, St.Albans District Councils Waste and Recycling Officer, has the ans


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 2020-06-18  n/a
 
 

Baby birds and home grown plant food


Organic allotmenteer Keith Adsley shares the secret of making great plant food from weeds, and Graham Knight of Herts Bird Club has news of breeding birds and what we can do to help.


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 2020-06-11  n/a
 
 

No Going Back, says StAlbans XR


We hear why St.Albans Extinction Rebellion were protesting in St.Albans at the weekend, and about your chance to show your beautiful lock down flowers in the Radio Verulam E-Flower Show.


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 2020-06-04  n/a
 
 

Road changes post COVID 19


County Councillor and Leader of St.Albans District Council, Chris White explains whats happening over road changes in St.Albans post COVID, and further changes the could be made to assist safe walking, cycling and visits to local shops whilst social dist


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 2020-05-28  n/a