Sustainability and Climate
Sustainability is about looking after the environment and people. It is about using resources carefully to ensure that all people, now and for generations to come, have the resources and a healthy environment they need, to have a high quality of life.
Our economy, social well-being and environment are interdependent and progress in one area must not compromise progress in another.
By making small changes to our lifestyle we can reduce our impacts, help the environment and support the green economy in ways which make things better for all of us.
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Residents in St Albans District have another chance to join a scheme to cut carbon emissions and save on energy bills.
St Albans City and District Council is supporting Love Parks Week 2023 – a nationwide celebration of our favourite green spaces.
Four Green Flag awards have been given to St Albans City and District Council in recognition of its outstanding parks and open spaces.
Residents and community groups in St Albans District are to be given 8,000 free trees to help improve the local environment.
Veolia and St Albans City and District Council are asking schools to help them deliver ecological transformation by applying for a Veolia Orchard.
A groundbreaking project to tackle climate change in St Albans District has won a £300,000 grant from Innovate UK to fund its work.
More than 11,000 new trees have been planted across St Albans District during the recent tree planting season.
More eco-friendly equipment is being used to maintain parks and green spaces in St Albans District.
News Release from Hertfordshire County Council: Over 4,000 people have taken up the offer of free trees as part of Our Tree Our Future scheme which will see a minimum of 100,000 tr
Telephone hotline launched to help residents improve the energy efficiency of their homes and cut bills
A new service to help St Albans District residents improve the energy efficiency of their homes and reduce bills has been launched.
A new scheme launched in St Albans District can help residents cut carbon emissions and save on energy bills.
The award of more than 50 Green Flags to parks and open spaces throughout Hertfordshire was celebrated at an event in St Albans.
Scores of volunteers turned out in force to help plant hundreds of trees at four areas in St Albans District.
Councillor Chris White has launched the tree planting season in St Albans District – with 3,000 new trees to be introduced this year.
Plans to tackle climate change in St Albans District have made “good progress” but there is still much work to do.