As a neighbourhood you can establish your own Wilderhood Watch Group and create projects or launch campaigns relevant to your neighbourhood. For new projects we will provide a logo and project page on this website.
Help us to turn St Albans into a wildlife friendly city, one neighbourhood project at a time!
Already have a neighbourhood project? We’d love your group to become part of our Wilderhood Watch network! Contact us to share your project and have it added to our website.
Our latest projects:
Our St Albans Sustainability Festival 2019 projects:
Please submit sightings of butterflies to the Big Butterfly Count. This survey runs from now until August 11 and will provide much-needed information to Butterfly Conservation (vice-president Chris Packham) about numbers of butterflies in the UK.
Make a donation to Wild Justice, the organisation set up by Chris Packham in February 2019 to fight for wildlife. Your donation will be used to take to court organisations who threaten wildlife – brilliant!
Switch your search engine to Ecosia. “At Ecosia, we’re not only concerned with running on clean energy; we want to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to tackle climate change.“
Take the WWF Environmental Footprint Calculator questionnaire to find out the impact your lifestyle has on the environment.
Offset your Carbon Emissions here. “Carbon offsetting is an internationally recognised way to take responsibility for unavoidable carbon emissions.“
Sign current national petitions…
- Tell companies to stop destroying our forests
- Demand that the Government tackles the plastic pollution crisis in our oceans
- Tell the Government to take strong action on plastic pollution
- Make ‘netting’ hedgerows a criminal offence
- Call on the UK government to declare a Climate Emergency
- Stop Network Rail from cutting down millions of trees
- Force Network Rail to stop destroying nesting trees
- End trophy hunting around the world
- Stop Kellogg’s from using unsustainable palm oil