Would you like to add to this list? Email info@SustainableHaringey.org.uk
XR Haringey More information coming soon
Transition Crouch End (www.TransitionCrouchEnd.org.uk) Based in Crouch End and Hornsey, we’re interested in working collectively and creatively together to help build our local area into a low energy, resilient and self-sustaining community. Projects include Green on the Screen – a film about sustainability plus discussion. Usually on Monday evenings at Earl Haig Hall N8 9TH
Muswell Hill Sustainability Group (MHSGroup.org) Our aim is to reduce carbon emissions and waste in the Muswell Hill and surrounding areas, encouraging residents, local businesses and community groups to live more sustainably. Projects include eN10ergy, a local community energy company to promote and invest in local renewable energy.
Tottenham & Wood Green Friends of the Earth
We campaign on local, national and global issues, raising awareness, involving people in action. We press MPs, councillors and other decision makers to implement solutions to environmental problems that make life better for people. Locally we helped get the Climate Change Act into law, we lobbied MEPs about the Biofuels directive, we lobbied MPs about the renewables strategy and the Marine Bill, we press the council to set tougher CO2 reduction targets, and we campaign against environmentally unsustainable planning developments.
Muswell Hill & Hornsey Friends of the Earth In our recent campaign, 388 local people wrote to Barclays Bank urging them to drop their plans to frack for shale gas in North Yorkshire. We will continue to put pressure on Barclays to stop investing in dirty fossil fuels. We will also urge Haringey Council to extend the fossil fuel divestment which they undertook in response to our campaign. Join us, and add your power to ours!
Transition Highgate (transitionhighgate.org) We are residents of Highgate and neighbouring communities with a shared concern about climate change and are part of the global Transition Movement. We believe that positive practical action is urgently needed to deal with these challenges, and that by coming together as a community and contributing to the Transition Movement, we will have greater success.
Tottenham Civic Society (TCS) (www.tottenhamcivicsociety.org.uk) Programme of events, aiming: to promote high standards of planning and architecture in Tottenham; to educate the public in the geography, history, natural history and architecture of Tottenham; to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of features of historic, environmental or public interest in Tottenham;
to work to improve the quality of life for everyone in Tottenham; and to encourage the appropriate and sustainable regeneration of Tottenham.
Haringey Cycling Campaign (www.haringeycyclists.org) We are the voice for cyclists who live, work or cycle through the borough. We meet on the 2nd Monday of every month at The Great Northern Railway Tavern, Hornsey High Street, from 7.15pm.
The Sustainable Haringey Waste Group organises
compost giveaways & visits to waste processing facilities
Haringey Friends of Parks Forum (haringeyfriendsofparks.org.uk) Network for all the borough’s local Friends groups for parks, nature sites, recreation grounds, wildlife habitats, community gardens and other green open spaces
Haringey Federation of Residents Associations (www.haringeyresidents.org) Network for about 150 local associations promoting safer streets / reduction in traffic, supporting recycling, educational briefing re sustainability, social sustainability (local facilities, strong communities etc), green spaces, opposing inappropriate development
In addition to the many Friends of Parks groups, Haringey has many organisations related to trees: www.TottenhamTrees.org; www.TTFH.org.uk; Haringey Tree Wardens; Haringey council tree information. There is also a Haringey Tree Lovers elist which sends out notifications of events relating to trees, like walks, talks & courses. If you would like to sign up contact Stephen firstname.lastname@example.org or Gemma email@example.com. Also contact one of us if you have events to post on the list.
Haringey Living Streets Encouraging safer streets / reduction in traffic, sustainable alternatives, street greenery. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org