St Andrews Environmental Network

Fife based environmental charity

Our Mission

Welcome to the St Andrews Environmental Network (StAndEN). We are a charity aiming to reduce CO2 emissions and cut household fuel bills in the local area.


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St Andrews Environmental Network is looking for members. Membership is open to anyone over 18 living in St Andrews. If you would like to join us please click here for a copy of our application form. 
Completed forms can be sent to

Towards a Plastic Free St Andrews

In partnership with Transition University of St Andrews and the University of St Andrews we have designed a strategy for cutting out single use plastics and litter across town and University

Cosy Kingdom

In partnership with Greener Kirkcaldy and Citizens Advice and Rights Fife (CARF) we deliver the Cosy Kingdom project, which has been running since 2014

Our passionate energy advisors regularly host and attend events & presentations throughout the North East Fife and Glenrothes area. These include Conferences, School visits, and liaising with other organisations in the area.

Our services are available to everyone, so don't hesitate to get in touch.

The Kernel Partnership

In partnership with Transition University of St Andrews and St Andrews Botanic Garden we are working to create a low-carbon living programme and community space in St Andrews. The partnership highlights practical sustainability activities, including energy reduction demonstrations and expanding educational programmes alongside complementary practical “sharing economy” activities such as tool shares, bike share, and skillshares, including food growing skills.

Clean & Green

The Clean & Green team are hands on in maintaining the cleanliness and wellbeing of the local area, as well as spearheading the charity's projects. The team are part funded by BID St Andrews, who provide assets for environmentally friendly projects within the area, such as the installation of high capacity rubbish bins on the high streets.