A change from ‘want/have’ economics to ‘need/ consider’ economics: the desperate and hysterical consumption of the 80s and 90s now looks decidedly distasteful and is being replaced by a borrow/reuse/packaging free/fewer-better kind of purchasing.
We are thrilled to have Lussmanns on board with Sustainable StAlbans Week this year – Andrei’s restaurant is a shining example of what sustainable dining should look like.
How green is your finance, and does it matter? Where we save and invest our money has an enormous environmental impact, that most of us don’t even stop to consider. With most of the choices we make, the impact on the environment is pretty direct… Read More »Sustainable Money by Catherine Ross
Attending the Business Expo was a new experience for members of the Sustainable St Albans week team – especially the speed-networking event! We already had community groups, schools and faith groups on board but we wanted to get local business involved too. Lisa Bates, from… Read More »Sustainable Business in St Albans District