Campaign to cut carbon footprints given cash boost

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Campaign to cut carbon footprints given cash boost Campaign to cut carbon footprints given cash boost

A campaign to encourage St Albans neighbours to cut their carbon footprints and household bills has been given a boost thanks county council grant.

Transition St Albans has received £250 to support its Transition Streets project, aimed at helping to meet the challenges of climate change and declining cheap energy supplies.

The cash comes from Hertfordshire County Council’s locality budget.

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