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Getting involved

There are multiple ways in which you can the involved in helping improve sustainability issues in the area.  

Sign up as a local supporter of our Sustainability Strategy

We cannot make the scale of the changes required by ourselves. It is our hope that local businesses, organisations, schools and groups will recognise the scale of the task required and support the goals of our Sustainability Strategy by developing their own priorities and plans to improve the sustainability of their day-to-day activities. 

Please show your commitment to doing everything you can in your own organization, by signing up as a local supporter of our Sustainability Strategy. We will expect to see a plan of action to show that you are taking steps to address your most significant impacts. Please email us a link to your sustainability strategy so that we can learn about what you are doing to help create the healthy, low carbon and sustainable future we all aspire to. 

Your organisation or group will then be listed as an active participant and supporter on our Sustainability Strategy webpage. You may be invited to attend our Environmental Forum and Sustainability Meetings where we can network and share best practice. 

Sign up to receive our Quarterly Sustainability Newsletter

We publish a quarterly electronic newsletter which you can subscribe to through your MyStAlbans account. Previous editions can be found here.

Follow us on Facebook

We often share information on environmental topics or initiatives on our St Albans City and District Council Facebook Page. You can follow us here.

Local Environment Action Group

This local environment group meets every two months, at the Council. It is open to all residents and local organisations to come along. Its aims are to connect people to the Council, support its environmental work, come up with new ideas and implement them. To find out more visit:

Sustainability Officers Meetings

Please register your interest to attend a quarterly meeting for environmental professionals working in the district. The meeting provides an opportunity to share experience, best practice, identify problems and solutions.

To attend you must meet the following criteria. 

  • You have responsibility for driving forward environmental improvements in your organization. 
  • Your organization is a profit-making business, or a public sector organization.
  • There are at least 100 staff in your local branch. 

Join a local group

St Albans is lucky to have such a dedicated community of passionate environmental supporters. There are many groups and forums you can get involved with such as: 

Stay in Touch

  • Email - 
  • Write – Sustainability Team, St Albans City and District Council. St Peters Street, St Albans, Herts, AL1 3JE