sustainable-st-albans-tree-largeIt’s our district, we love it, and we want to make it sustainable, so people can love it for generations to come!

Together we are finding positive and creative ways to act locally to address the challenges of climate change, live more sustainably, and move towards/transition to.. a low-carbon economy.

Book for the Finale Events for Sustainable StAlbans Week on Friday 25th, and Sat 26th November. Come along and join in!

See all 100+ events NOW on www.sustainablestalbans.org

PhilWilliams.pngHarpenden Finale Event Friday 25th November 7:30pm – 10pm

Park Hall, Leyton Road, Harpenden, AL5 2LX

Come along for a captivating talk about sustainability by renowned speaker Phil Williams, from Plan-it-Eco. This is a rare chance to hear locally from a national expert, who has spoken to over 600,000 people.

“For a full hour, you could have heard a pin drop as he gave anecdotes of the time he has spent in the Amazon jungle alongside shocking information as to how decisions we make every day are affecting the future of our planet.  Phil left our audience feeling inspired and up lifted but also mindful about the choices we make.” Tara Clark, The Green Triangle, St Albans

Talk and questions followed by the “Business Need to Feed” awards and a drinks reception.  £5 (£3 under 16s). Free wine & soft drinks included in the price.

For more information and booking click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sustainable-st-albans-week-harpenden-finale-sustainability-the-way-forward-tickets-28704467836

makingconnectionsSpeed Networking Event

Sat 26th November 10:00 – 11:30am
Council Chamber, Civic Centre, St Peter’s Street, St Albans, AL1 3JE

Everyone who has helped with an event for Sustainable St.Albans week is invited.

Come prepared to be inspired, to share what you’ve achieved and to make conections with all sorts of useful and interesting people.

For more information and booking click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/making-connections-sustainable-st-albans-week-networking-event-tickets-28331541403

What is the Key to Sustainable Food?  Expert Panel and Debate recorded by Radio Verulam

Sat 26th November 2pm – 5.30pm
Council Chamber, Civic Centre, St Peter’s Street, St Albans, AL1 3JE


Come and jon the recording! Click here to book: What is the Key to Sustainable Food
The way we feed ourselves could well hold the key to a sustainable future, as methods of food production have such a great effect on our planet.

Panel includes:

With our special focus this year on food waste, this event is a fitting finale; hear about the big environmental issues that surround the future of food, and what we can do in our district.

Click here for more information and booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-future-of-food-what-is-the-the-key-to-sustainable-food-tickets-28706208041?aff=erelpanelorg


lottery3logospicEveryone participating at the Open FoodGardens events this year came along to a thank-you and going forward session held at The Courtyard Cafe in October. Seven gardens took part this year – from May through to September.

OFG group


 Join in!

The week invites groups: community/faith/business/schools to run an event related to environmental sustainability that meets the interests of your members. For more info see www.sustainablestalbans.org


Please get in touch if you want to take part contact us here

 Sustainable St Albans Week won two awards in the Mayors Pride Awards

We won Community Project of the Year AND Environmental Champion! Congratulations to everyone who took part and made the week such a success.


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Open Meetings – To find out more about TSA come along to our Open Meetings  or events the meetings have a presentation or film on different subjects for discussion: everyone welcome – you don’t need to know anything about Transition! 

Transition Streets

 Becoming a member of Transition

Being a member of Transition is being involved in any way that suits you. If you want to come along to the Open Meetings you can meet other members and find out more about the various groups that are running and get involved.

Find out more

Have a look around this website to explore the projects that you could join up with, whether Transition Streets, food growing, community energy , Zero Waste or coming along to the Open Meetings.   Or click her to see the Film page of this website to see some short, some longer films which give a flavour of the Transition movement. To see our constitution, and more about our steering group see the Governance pages.  If you are savvy with social media please like our Facebook page or add our Twitter account and you will get reminders of events as well as other news. 

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