Learn & Act

One of the Sustainable Amersham projects is to share information about sustainable living, in order to foster behaviour change. We also promote events run by both ourselves (e.g the Repair Cafe) and other organisation, e.g the monthly online talks by Speak up for our Planet. 
Our main channels are this website, our Facebook group, Instagram and Twitter. Events include the Green Hearts campaign in February 2023 when we sent over 90 green hearts postcards to Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak.  Follow us on Instagram, Twitter or join our facebook group to find out more. Additionally we write articles for local publications to promote our activities and greener, more sustainable living. 
Topics range from biodiversity to carbon footprints, plant-based eating to electric vehicles, buying secondhand fashion to repairing appliances. Act today to protect tomorrow!
We’re a small friendly group and would love to have more volunteers to help with the activities above and contribute in anyway possible. For the next meeting date, have a look at our Calendar and contact team leader Anne for details or location. Most meetings are on Zoom and last approximately one hour, usually in the early evening. 

Our Work

Climate justice

Climate injustice describes the disproportionate burden of environmental degradation placed on marginalised and low-income communities, who are conversely least responsible for carbon emissions and environmentally destructive practices.

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Green Hearts in February (2023)

In February 2023 we again supported  The Climate Coalition’s Show the Love campaign to green-heart the Halls of Power with our Postcards to tell our Prime Minister

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Sustainable Amersham Book Club

The Sustainable Amersham Book Club had its first meeting to discuss an excellent book about the UK’s food strategy, and its impact on health and the environment. This was ‘Ravenous: How to Get Ourselves and Our Planet Into Shape’ by Henry Dimbleby, author of the National Food Strategy.

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