Brothers Oliver and Benji talk about their lockdown campaign to help factory farmed animals, how Lego helped them and what they plan now they’re back at school.
And Linda Shall from St.Albans Soroptimists International explains why she thinks women can lead on reducing carbon footprints.
For more about the local Compassion in World Farming group please contact Helen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Book your ticket for How can Women lead on Reducing Carbon Footprints? Mon 22 Mar 7.30pm at https://sigbi.org/st-albans-and-district/2021/carbon-footprint/
Sustainable St.Albans Event Let’s Talk About Eco Anxiety https://sustainablestalbans.org/get-started/eventslisting/
HMWT’s event Bird Song for Beginners https://www.hertswildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2021-04-01-bird-song-beginners-online
XR St.Albans Event Earth Emotions and Regenerative: http://xr-stalbans.org.uk/events.html
More about: Covid crisis, Environment, Food and Drink, Local Events, Shopping, Things to do St Albans, Volunteering, Women
More from the series Environment Matters