St Andrews Environmental Network Projects

Some of the projects we are involved in

Clean & Green

Clean & Green is a project based in St Andrews which was set up by BID St Andrews.

The need for this project was identified by the businesses in the BID area, and is being delivered by St Andrews Environmental Network. With funding from the BID and Fife Council, the team has 3 full time staff members.

Cosy Kingdom and other Energy Saving Projects

 Further to the Government’s recent update on COVID-19, we have taken the decision to suspend all home energy advice visits for the foreseeable future. To replace this service, we will be delivering a telephone advice service as well as advice through our usual social media channels.

We’ll be contacting all of our participants who have already booked home visits individually. We are reviewing the situation daily and will give regular updates. 

Cosy Kingdom is a free and impartial energy and debt advice service available to all tenants and homeowners across Fife. It’s a partnership between Greener Kirkcaldy, St Andrews Environmental Network and Citizen’s Advice & Rights Fife which has already helped over 3,000 householders reduce their energy use and stay cosy. 

The Kernel Partnership

The Kernel Partnership is a partnership between St Andrews Botanic Garden, Transition University of St Andrews, and St Andrews Environmental Network. With funding from the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund, the partnership have created a communal area near the Botanics named "The Kernel".

Towards a Plastic Free St Andrews

A partnership project involving St Andrews Environmental Network, Transition University of St Andrews & the University of St Andrews. The project is working both with local businesses and the local community to reduce single-use plastics in St Andrews. 

Waste Less

Waste Less is a lifestyle promoted by all of our projects, bring them together under one simple message.

StAnd ReUse

StAnd ReUse was originally set up by Transition University of St Andrews which has grown into a town-wide initative with the focus on reducing waste and promoting the local circular economy.