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Sustainability initiatives[edit]

Campaigns[edit]

Stop Stansted Expansion

Initiatives by topic[edit]

Sustainable transport activism[edit]

Waterways: Wikipedia: Canals in Hertfordshire (category)

Trees, woodland and forest[edit]

Heartwood Forest

Watling Chase Community Forest is an area of 72 square miles located in north London and south Hertfordshire around the towns of Potters Bar, Radlett, Borehamwood and Barnet. It includes Aldenham Country Park, Scratchwood, Moat Mount Open Space and the Watling Chase Timberland Trail, a waymarked walk of 16 kilometres.

It was set up in 1991 and is one of twelve community forests in England set up to regenerate the countryside in and around urban areas. They are sponsored by Natural England and the Forestry Commission which work with local authorities and voluntary bodies to manage them. W

Events[edit]

2016

Nov 25 “What can we do about air pollution in St Albans?", public meeting

February 27 Eco Fair and Seed Swap tringintransition.org.uk

2015

November 21 - 28 Sustainable St Albans Week see also: video

News and comment[edit]

2016

Second St Albans Sustainability Week proves district is keen to keep it green, Dec 2 [1]

2009

Network St Albans should be copied around the country, [2] April 20

Blogs[edit]

Green St Albans, thoughts from St Albans' first Green Councillor

Resources[edit]

Maps[edit]

Honey Map, Herts Bees

Video[edit]

Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Hertfordshire


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References

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  1. hertsad.co.uk
  2. Campaign for Better Transport