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: firstname.lastname@example.org
100 actions to tackle climate emergency
St.Albans District Council has reported that it will be taking more than 100 actions to tackle the climate emergency and make St Albans District carbon neutral by the end of the decade. The initiatives are part of a sustainability strategy that has been developed over the past year by the Council since they declared a [...]
Are you ready to Get Water Fit?
Affinity Water is launching a new challenge to St.Albans Residents to Get Water Fit. Affinity Water director, Jake Rigg, explains - including how to save, save, save by getting help with that leaky loo Plus, why heavy rain isn't as good for the RIver Ver as you might have thought.
A Step Back for Save Symondshyde
At the start of the year, the campaign group Save Symondshyde thought that the plan for over a thousand houses at Symondshyde had been shelved. John Gardner joins Amanda Yorwerth to explain that the threat is back - and bigger. Plus, Frieda Rummenhohl of Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trusts has a good news story of [...]
Action Plan for Clarence Park
If you value Clarence Park you'll want to hear about what's planned for it, the issues and opportunities. Amanda Yorwerth speaks to St.Albans District Councillor for Clarence Ward, Josie Madoc.
Quarrying threatens St.Albans green space
The future of one of St.Albans' precious green spaces hangs in the balance. Amanda Yorwerth speaks to Craig Tallents Chair of Smallfords Residents Association, who are fighting to save Ellenbrook open space. Photo: John Andrews
Creative solutions to our throwaway society
We'll hear from 2 clever, creative people who are using their talents to cut down on rubbish. Alastair Croft has used his creative ingenuity to tackle litter whilst raising money for the NHS and, at just 24 years old, Danni Jefferson has just received an award for her disposables busting business.