John Horsfield talks about the transformation Save Butterfly World is taking on this summer and former Transport Minister Norman Baker explains why the Big Lemon Bus Company is different and how perhaps one could be set up here in St.Albans
Two women talk about how environment friendly projects are bringing their communities together - Esther with St.Albans first Little Free Library and Farhat with a community herb garden.
The road to sustainability can often start not with an action, but with a thought. And more often than not, our thinking is at its most creative when it’s as a result of a collaboration with others. In this show you can hear how Look! St.Albans have got together with international specialists in buildings research, [...]
There's lots of lovely stuff in this week's show : local business woman Meera talks about her sustainable alternative to plastic plates; Bernard the Verulamium Park Keeper describes some of the wildlife in the park and how you can take a tour during Sustainable St.Albans Week and Dan from St.Albans RSPB updates us on Heronwatch [...]
Hear Patrick McNeil, the HMWT living rivers champion for the upper Lea and also Wheathampstead Parish Council Ranger for the Meads telling Amanda Yorwerth how he's been working with a great team of volunteers to use traditional methods to improve the Lea for wildlife and people. Plus, John Horsfield of Save Butterfly World explains how [...]
Sandy Gibb joins Amanda to share the exciting news that Plastic Free St.Albans is gathering momentum and launching soon, and Craig, one of the Know How Festival organizers explains why he's finding this volunteering so rewarding, and how it's not too late for you to come forward to share your sustainable skills.
Jem Silverstone of Greenpeace explains why he spent the weekend dressed as a penguin and Caroline Wilkins tells us about the photo competition where under 18s can win £100
Hear Susheel Rao from Sustainable St.Albans Week on what's new and exctiting for 2018 and how you can register your event now. Plus Emma Tyler, St.Albans Refuse the Straw campaigner, gives her views on whether a plastic bottle return scheme would be a good idea for St.Albans.