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Listen again to the sermons from Vineyard Church St Albans. Visit our website for more information about our Church at www.thevineyardchurch.co.uk
 
Radio Verulam brings you a regular programme on issues at home and abroad which are affecting the environment, with an added focus on the local area. Tune in Tuesdays at 7pm on 92.6FM or stream live from http://www.radioverulam.com. Any questions, comments or suggestions, get in touch! Email: environmentmatters@radioverulam.com
 
Needle & Haystack audio podcast, where Chris Arnold from AgencyNegotiation.com interviews estate agents and provides advice on what the vendor should look for when choosing their estate agency.
 
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St.Albans has its first Buzz Stop! Amanda Yorwerth talks to Nadio Bishara of the Wilderhood Watch. And it’s now 3 months since St.Albans District Council declared a Climate Emergency. We get an update from Leader of the Council and Environment Portfolio Holder Cllr Chris White.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
The author of There Is No Planet B will be speaking at a meeting of the same name, and Pete Berners-Lee joins Amanda to explain why it’s going to be a great evening.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
Richard Gathard | 29 September 2019By Richard Gathard.
 
Hear all the action from some of the biggest environmental protests that St.Albans – the September 20th Climate Strike and the World Rivers Day Protest in the Park. And Dan Fletcher of St.Albans RSPB wants us to set aside time to Let Nature Sing.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
We’ll hear why this might just be the case when Suzanne Dolan explains about Carbon Literacy at BAFTA. St,Albans Cycle Campaign have been campaigning for a change to a cycle culture in St.Albans for years – but we’ll hear why they hope that advice from the speaker at their public meeting on 30th September will help make things actually happen. ...…
 
John Pritchard highlights the pitiful state of our river, the Ver, and how you can help by answering some questions. And whilst many people can’t wait for 5G to arrive in St.Albans one local resident is so concerned that she’s petitioning the council. Find out why.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
Whether it’s encouraging us to get out into the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside to Walk for Water or asking us to sign up to Secondhand September, local Oxfam groups and shops are doing awesome things to help people and the planet.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
Have Herts County Council’s plans for a waste incinerator to dispose of your waste gone up in smoke? Amanda Yorwerth speaks to Cllr Terry Hone, HCC Cabinet Member for Waste Management to find out. Plus, we catch up with one of the young protesters who were blocking the road in St.Albans last weekend.…
 
Call them green manures or call them cover crops, they have so many benefits for the soil on farms, allotments or even in our gardens. But they may be even better than we previously thought. Waitrose sponsored Rothamsted PhD student Mandy Stoker is researching the possible benefits for climate change of cover crops on farms, and Chris Thorne or ...…
 
Last week’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report said we need to change the way we use land and grow food if we are to tackle climate change. Rothamsted scientists are on to it. Hannah McGrath and Dr. Adriana Torres-Ballesteros give an insight into the report and explain what they’re doing to help.…
 
An ingenious traffic light system & petitioning the head to ditch plastic – hear how students from Fleetville Junior School and Garden Fields JMI are making their schools more sustainable. Plus, Heathrow expansion would have enormous environmental impact, but how will it affect aircraft noise here in St.Albans? Peter Crowder of St.Albans Quiete ...…
 
Our globally important environmental gem, the River Ver, is running dry and fish are dying. But is anything being done about it? Amanda Yorwerth speaks to Jake Rigg of Affinity Water to find out.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
What’s happened at Harpenden deli/coffee shop Parker & Vine since their brave decision to ditch disposable coffee cups? And we hear from Loreto School and Marlborough Science Academy about their eco- initiatives for this year’s Sustainable Schools award.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
Following the petition signed by 1700 people, St.Albans District Council past a motion declaring a Climate Emergency. Amanda Yorwerth was there and shares all the action. Plus, what could be more mindful and relaxing than 15 minutes watching butterflies? Hear why you’re being asked to do just that.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
Mark Helvadjian | 14 July 2019By Mark Helvadjian.
 
Hear from Peter Lindeman of St.Michael’s Church about how church goers are being urged to go plastic free. Plus, Amanda Yorwerth reports from the Hampton Court Flower Show on the environmental messages from the show gardens.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
With the start of Plastic Free July, Sandy Gibb of Plastic Free St.Albans explains how you can help St.Albans to become a Plastic Free City, and John Pritchard of the Ver Valley Society explains why it’s time to get tough on water.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
Perhaps it’s the fact that we can’t see air pollution that is the reason why it doesn’t attract the same attention as plastic pollution. Professor Ranjeet Sokhi from the University of Hertfordshire’s Centre for Atmospheric and Climate Physics Research has some surprises about where air pollution in St.Albans comes from, the effect on our health ...…
 
With St.Albans Film Festival starting soon, Amanda Yorwerth discusses green films to inspire and entertain you. Plus, hear the latest on the St.Albans Climate Emergency petition from Catherine Ross of Sustainable St.Albans.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
New research by Hedley Smith at Homebox suggests that when it comes to action to help the environment we’re talking the talk but not walking the walk – and loosing money because of this. And age is no bar to wanting to help wildlife as retirees from King Edward Place in Wheathampstead have shown. HMWT Living Rivers Officer Sarah Perry explains.…
 
Mark Helvadjian | 9 June 2019By Mark Helvadjian.
 
Co-Leader of the UK Green Party, Jonathan Bartley, talks to Amanda Yorwerth about Europe, the economics of sustainability and whether our current political system is up to the challenge of climate change. Photo Anna BaillieBy Amanda Yorwerth.
 
Denise Gray | 2 June 2019By Denise Gray.
 
You don’t get much more eclectic than this! With blue slug pellets soon to disappear off the shelves, we hear from Chris Thorne of Aylett Nurseries about other ways to save your plants from the ravages of slugs. And Ruby Raut, CEO of our sponsors WUKA Wear explains what they’re doing for Menstrual Hygiene Day and World Ocean Day.…
 
Is it our children? Recovering from a serious illness? Or feeling ashamed of what your generation has done to the planet? What is it that has inspired people here in St.Albans to do something to help the planet? As part of our Sustainable Stories Week during the St.Albans Sustainability Festival, Amanda Yorwerth set out to find out. Whilst ther ...…
 
Join Amanda Yorwerth to hear about St.Albans Cycle Campaign’s meeting to explore how we can have healthy streets, and Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s invitation to have a wild June.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
Mark Helvadjian | 19 May 2019By Mark Helvadjian.
 
With the St.Albans Sustainability Festival well underway Amanda Yorwerth gives you a sneak preview of what to expect at the Market Takeover and hears about a forthcoming event from the Green Angel Syndicate.By Amanda Yorwerth.
 
The UK Parliament became the first in the world to pass a motion declaring a ‘climate emergency’ and Sustainable St.Albans has launched a petition to St.Albans District Council asking them to do likewise. Catherine Ross of Sustainable St.Albans joins Amanda Yorwerth to explain what this means and how you can sign. Changing your diet can be a gr ...…
 
Mark Helvadjian | 12 May 2019By Mark Helvadjian.
 
Ever wondered whether you can recycle that stack of plant pots that the spiders are making use of in the shed? Or why plant pots aren’t easier to recycle? The answers to these and many more questions on this week’s Environment Matters with Chris Thorne, Retail Manager at Ayletts Nurseries. We’ll also hear from Clare Winter at Trestle Arts Base ...…
 
Mark Helvadjian | 21 April 2019By Mark Helvadjian.
 
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