As we emerge from lockdown and turn our attention to what comes next, Louise Tennekoon looks at the growing calls for a 'green recovery'
Green Watch columnist Louise Tennekoon wants lockdown to be the start of a brigher future for cycling in Bishop's Stortford
Green Watch columnist Louise Tennekoon looks at what the future could hold for the aviation industry after enjoying the quieter skies over Stortford
GreenWatch columnist Louise Tennekoon puts the environment on hold to share self-care tips based on her own experience of mental health protection.
Indie GreenWatch columnist Louise Tennekoon investigates efforts in Stortford to get us out of our cars and onto buses, bicycles and our feet.
Green Watch columnist Louise Tennekoon and her family are looking forward to the world's largest wildlife survey this weekend (January 25-27)
The Indie's GreenWatch columnist, Louise Tennekoon, lists her top five reasons to be hopeful this new year.
Green Watch correspondent Louise Tennekoon gives her top tips for reducing food waste and helping the planet this Christmas
The Indie's GreenWatch correspondent Louise Tennekoon tests the environmental credentials of the 6 people who want to be your next MP.
Stansted first airport in the world to convert its coffee waste to solid biofuels, through a ground-breaking partnership with Cambridge firm bio-bean.
FoE has collected data and used it to assess how well councils are doing on 5 key issues: trees, transport, housing, waste and renewable energy.
The Indie's GreenWatch correspondent, Louise Tennekoon, reports on the fight to tackle floating pennywort on the River Stort
Affinity Water warns that in the absence of above-average rainfall this winter, we’ll be facing a hosepipe ban as early as next spring.
Louise Tennekoon talks to ex-Herts & Essex science head Ann Forbes MBE and to Freya, Stortford student and member of the UK Student Climate Network
Issues like the forest fires in Brazil can seem distant and overwhelming, says GreenWatch writer Louise Tennekoon – but we need not feel powerless
Indie GreenWatch correspondent Louise Tennekoon says that East Herts' approach to the Goods Yard development has implications far beyond the site
'The word emergency has... the power to put climate at the top of every agenda, to inspire people to accept and to endure changes in their lifestyles'
The Indie's GreenWatch columnist, Louise Tennekoon, writes about the global environment from a local perspective