Caring for the environment

Find out more about the work of Sustainable Hertford Heath

Has car ownership reached the end of the road?

Has car ownership reached the end of the road?

When you think of car share do you straight away think of Peter kay and Sian Gibson? Well, its not a bad model, two people getting to work in one car effectively taking one car off the road.

There's no time to waste!

There's no time to waste!

We are amazingly fortunate to be able to buy food from all over the world in our supermarkets. But it takes a lot of physical effort, time and natural resources to grow food whether it be plant or meat based. 

Food Yards

Food Yards

There’s a lot of sense in eating locally grown produce, the amount of emissions generated to grow and transport the food from the field to the plate is minimised – which is a good thing.

Why so many floods?

Why so many floods?

Storms are making their mark, we’ve just had Storm Dudley and Eunice blow through. Climate change means we will see more extreme weather events so that each year heavy, driving rain will increase the chances of flooding.

The Great Repair Project

The Great Repair Project

"I’d like to give the idiots that designed this thing a piece of my mind, fancy having to throw the whole thing away when a small part breaks – its madness – and expensive!"

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