Amanda Yorwerth talks all things environment with a focus on Hertfordshire
Never mind the rain – we’re talking water
In spite of recent rain, water is still a big issue around Hertfordshire, so will be the focus for the next couple of shows. In this week’s podcast Cllr Simon Grover explains why St Albans Green Party are petitioning Affinity Water to do more about leaks, and Chair of the Ver Valley Society, John Pritchard ... Read more
Last week, on 15th November 2022, was the day that the UN nominated as the date that the world became home to 8 billion people. Vanessa Gibson of St Albans Population Matters explains why she thinks this is an environmental issue and makes suggestions for what we should do about this.
How a camera can save you £££s
Lesley Flowers from Sustainable St Albans runs through some of the ways a thermal imaging camera can help you improve the efficiency of your home, and how you can borrow such a camera from Sustainable St Albans for free.
Home Energy Helpline, and Ringing for the Climate
Matt Neal from NEF talks about what’s on offer from the St Albans Home Energy Support Service and Alison Macfarlane explains why bell ringers were ringing for the climate.
The Sopwell Eco Stars
Eco Star Kate Swindells joins Amanda Yorwerth to explain who the Sopwell Eco Stars are, what they’re doing and why they think that tackling big issues like the climate on a community level can have benefits for people and planet.
Just Stop Oil
During their month of protests, local Just Stop Oil activist, Craig Scudder, explains what their campaign is about, why he’s still joining other protestors blocking roads, and how he feels about being so disruptive at such a difficult time.