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July 2021

Hopefully with the ending of lockdown measures, more events will be taking place
outside rather than online so we might even meet up at some of them!

Let us know of any campaigns, meetings and events that you are involved in.
Best wishes,
Convenor, Sustainable Haringey Network
020 8347 7684


Saturday 10th July 5.30pm-8.30pm

Muswell Hill Sustainability Group AGM and Social

At the Meadow Orchard, Park Road, N8

Sunday 11th July 11am-4pm

Tottenham Green Market

Lots of local enterprises and community groups have stalls.

Monday 12th July to Sunday 18th July

N10 Traders for the Earth Week

Muswell Business and Muswell Hill Sustainability Group are planning an exciting
N10 Traders for the Earth Week. The coronavirus pandemic has showed us the
value of our local high streets and we are very lucky to have such a great range of
shops on our doorstep. Shopping locally reduces car miles, improving local air
pollution and congestion. And local shops are generally less likely to use plastic, and
many are welcoming reusable cups once again.
Volunteers from Muswell Hill Sustainability Group have started talking to local businesses to find out about their sustainability practices, and we’re uncovering some really positive stories!
During our N10 Traders for the Earth week, we will be sharing these stories on social media, and on Saturday 17th July we’ll have a stall outside Planet Organic to promote local shopping and talk about wider sustainability issues. It will be the first stall that we’ve run since August last year – and we’re looking forward to it!

23rd July to 1st August


All who love parks are urged to help organise events and activities to celebrate
during this week!


Haringey has lots of practical environmental and gardening projects. We have listed
a few of these below.

Friends of Parks

There are active Friends groups in most Haringey parks

Stonebridge Lock Coalition

Frances Dismore, Chair Stonebridge Lock Coalition
07751400076 Facebook:
Twitter: @StonebridgeLock

The Conservation Volunteers

TCV Haringey run a range of practical activities in nature reserves, parks and
woodlands across the borough every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. New
volunteers are welcome, no previous experience necessary. For further details, see or contact Mat at

Wolves Lane plant sales

They are now beginning again on Sundays See or for details.
Expected to be 11am – 3pm


Transport Action Network’s legal challenge to the government’s plan to waste £27 billion on new roads

On 29 June the High Court heard an application to cancel the government’s £27 billion road building programme. Transport Action Network brought the application, pointing out that the roads programme would increase emissions and breach the UK’s commitments under the Paris agreement. Three of us from Haringey, plus the three Green London assembly members, were among the group who demonstrated outside the High Court against the planned new roads. These include the Lower Thames Crossing from Kent to Essex. The High Court will give its judgement fairly soon. Our government should follow the example of the Welsh government, which has frozen new road building to help reduce climate breakdown. Transport Action Network’s crowd funding page has more information:
Tim Root
Muswell Hill & Hornsey Friends of the Earth 

Haringey Climate Forum website

For information on what Haringey Council is doing to meet climate targets see

Cllr Mike Hakata the new lead on environment Haringey Council talks about tackling the climate emergency in Ham&High

It is an enormous honour and privilege to serve Haringey residents at a time of unprecedented challenges and change, even more so to be given the responsibility of overseeing our environmental and climate commitments.

In 2019 the council declared a Climate Emergency with the bold and necessary ambition of becoming a net-zero borough by 2041. This statement of intent must be matched by action. In order to hit the target we must over-reach in our ambitions. In the first few weeks of taking on the role we announced our new Community Carbon Fund (going live later this year) whereby local groups can submit proposals for carbon reduction projects.

We have also announced our first net-zero council house development. We must ensure that all our developments follow this precedent as well as demanding stringent directions in our local plan for private developers to do the same. We will begin retrofitting our existing council homes and are exploring the rollout of a distributed energy network, producing sustainable energy locally.

By the end of this year, we will have 26 school streets (from just one last year) as part of our Streets for People project.
We are rolling out three large low-traffic neighbourhoods following a trailblazing engagement and co-design process.