Greener Together

Welcome to Greener Together for Chorleywood. Climate change is a huge issue, some would say the biggest problem in the world. Whilst these issues may seem daunting, with a feeling of “where do we start” or “how on earth can one person or family solve it”, we hope that Greener Together can help. It will be here on our website where we will provide tips on what you can do NOW to help the Climate. There will be links on Climate Change and Sustainability Strategies from our Three Rivers District Council, Hertfordshire County Council, Chorleywood Parish Council as well as Government schemes. Look for handy hints on saving our precious natural resources and interesting (and frightening) information on things we probably already know, but are not putting into practice.

As a community we can prove that little steps to save our resources will help our current climate. We are in this together, so let’s get Greener Together!

Did you know?

Recycle your Masks

Recycle your Masks

Our first Climate Change and Sustainability scheme will be the ongoing recycling of disposable protective face masks such as dust masks, FFP2 (or so-called “N95”), FFP3 and surgical masks, face shields, visors and disposable vinyl, nitrile and latex gloves
There will be a blue bin by the TRDC notice board by the library

Use less water

Use less water

Hertfordshire has been designated by the UK government as an area that is ‘under serious water stress’, and is considered to be one of the driest in the country

Reduce your carbon footprint

Reduce your carbon footprint

Choosing to walk or bike just one mile to the shop and back once a week rather than drive will see fuel savings of £20.80 and 27kg in CO2 each year – that’s the equivalent of charging your smart phone 3,443 times!

Act.  Now.  Every Little Counts – the Climate emergency is here!

Act. Now. Every Little Counts – the Climate emergency is here!

A local “COP” event, was hosted by Three Rivers to promote knowledge, exchange ideas, and act to mitigate adverse climate change. 150 or more wide-ranging participants saw a thought-provoking film “2040” which, despite all the grim alerts, offered hope – provided we change.