• Environment Matters

    Environment Matters is the show that brings you news on issues of sustainability and the environment from around the district and further afield.

    Listen in every Wednesday evening at 7pm when we're part of the Local Life Show on Radio Verulam 92.6FM or stream live from www.radioverulam.com

    You can also listen any time to the podcast you'll find in each blog post.

Testing the water…

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website The Freshwater Habitats trust is asking people in St.Albans and … Continue reading

Flight paths – the problem continues

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website   Pete Crowder who lives on Lancaster Road in St.Albans … Continue reading

Thinking caps on – register your great event now!

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website Sustainable St.Albans Week committee members Susheel Rao and Clare Henry … Continue reading

More to enjoy at Highfield

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website Highfield Park is a great place for an autumn walk … Continue reading

Save Symondshyde and good news for the Ver

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website (Photo: Save Symondshyde) We’ve heard a lot about local woodlands … Continue reading

The caterpillars are coming…

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website Helen Jones from the Woodland Trusts Observatree programme explained how … Continue reading

Pulses to the rescue: the versatile superfoods

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website In the second part of our look at why the … Continue reading

Pulses to the rescue: a key to sustainable food

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website If your knowledge of pulses begins and ends somewhere around … Continue reading

Take part in a new St.Albans

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website This week we heard from Vanessa Gregory of Look! St.Albans … Continue reading

Slug challenge & Festival of Wildlife

If you missed the show and would like a 15 minute update on sustainability and the environment in and around St.Albans, listen to or download this week’s podcast now And you can subscribe to receive our podcasts directly into your inbox on the Radio Verulam Website Students from Sir John Lawes School visited local Thrales End … Continue reading