Category: Project

Air Quality

Last year almost 40,000 Britons died prematurely from pollution related causes and 9,000 of those were in London.   Of all sections of our society, the most vulnerable to pollution related illness are the very young and the very old. Older residents who suffer from lung and heart conditions are particularly vulnerable while the very …

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Posted on: October 4, 2017 | Author: Sustainable Merton
Stanford 3

by Dig Merton Project Leader Michelle Kolattek   During the Spring/Summer term, Sustainable Merton worked with five schools in the east of the borough, to either start them off with growing food at school or to develop existing garden plots. Over 100 students from Beecholme, Lonesome, William Morris, Stanford and Links Primary Schools took part …

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On Saturday 11th July, at the Love Your Street celebration event hosted by Merton Council, Tom Walsh of Sustainable Merton announced the launch of Sustainable Merton’s Community Champions project. This project is supported by a number of partners including Merton Council, The Institute for Sustainability, Moat Housing and Circle Housing. Stakeholders from Merton’s Environmental Sub-Group …

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Posted on: July 28, 2015 | Author: Sustainable Merton
Categories: Open Project Project