Welcome to Sustainable Merton

Local action for a low carbon future

Sustainable Merton is a community led initiative giving local residents, groups, organisations and businesses the opportunity to stimulate practical action to make our area a sustainable community.

We are engaged in projects covering renewable energy and energy saving, local food growing, water conservation and raising awareness of the issues associated with climate change. We are working in partnership with Merton Council and with schools, community groups and businesses across Merton.

Sustainable Merton activities - solar, gardening, stalls and growing vegetables

 

News

  • Meet our new Trustee!

    March 22, 2017BexHello Sustainable Merton, my name is Bex and I’m the newest addition to the SM Trustee team. At 24, I’m not your typical trustee, but what I lack in years, I ... more
  • Raise funds to plant trees

    March 21, 2017TeratreesTeratrees are looking to connect with local schools to help them launch their own tree planting campaigns to green their grounds and communities. What’s involved? Schools can create a new campaign via the ... more
  • The Great British Spring Clean

    March 16, 2017Sustainable Merton was very proud to work beside, and support, the dozens of residents, councillors, council officers, community groups and businesses who joined forces for Merton’s ‘Big Tidy Up’! Community clean-ups took ... more
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  • Meet our new Trustee!

    BexHello Sustainable Merton, my name is Bex and I’m the newest addition to the SM Trustee team. At 24, I’m not your typical trustee, but what I lack in years, I ... read more
  • Raise funds to plant trees

    TeratreesTeratrees are looking to connect with local schools to help them launch their own tree planting campaigns to green their grounds and communities. What’s involved? Schools can create a new campaign via the ... read more
  • The Great British Spring Clean

    Sustainable Merton was very proud to work beside, and support, the dozens of residents, councillors, council officers, community groups and businesses who joined forces for Merton’s ‘Big Tidy Up’! Community clean-ups took ... read more

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