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Car fumes

St.Albans Deserves Clean Air

Monitoring by St.Albans District Council and by St.Albans Green Party has shown that EU air pollution safe levels are exceeded in numerous places around St.Albans District.
This air pollution leads to about 100 premature deaths each year in our District by contributing to lung, heart, circulatory problems and even cancer and dementia.
Children are particularly at risk - their long term development is affected by early exposure to air pollution.
St.Albans Deserves Clean Air

Take action yourself and email St.Albans District Council now to tell them that clean air is important to you and that you want your council to take effective action.

Or if you can help put up some air quality testing diffusion tubes on Tuesday 2nd May get in touch stalbansfoe@hotmail.com

What a great week it was! Over 100 public events plus lots of events at schools.
Over 2000 local residents engaged with the idea of sustainability.

The week is organised by a group of volunteers from St.Albans Friends of the Earth and Transition St.Albans who raise the money necessary for publicity etc.

The next Sustainable St.Albans Week is being planned for April 2018. Email stalbansfoe@hotmail.com if you're interested in being involved.

How can schools help? For lots of information and ideas take a look at our Schools Page - including details on making your own bug hotel.

We're looking for more schools who would like to become more bee friendly. We can help you transform a small piece of land near their school into a flower rich wonderland for bees, bugs and humans to enjoy, or to build a bee and bug hotel using recycled materials.

Is your school up for it? Get in touch at stalbansfoe@hotmail.com

Next meeting:

Tuesday 2nd May - putting up air testing tubes

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