Amandine Alexandre-Hughes
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  • United Kingdom

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Amandine Alexandre-Hughes commented on Amandine Alexandre-Hughes's group Air pollution monitoring
"Hello, There is a very important TFL consultation that closes in just 4 days. It's about the further expansion of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) to almost all of London by the end of August 2023.  If the ULEZ expansion goes ahead the…"
Jul 25
Matthew Sharp commented on Amandine Alexandre-Hughes's group Air pollution monitoring
"Still no change in our MVHR air filters - as black  as ever after 6 months!"
Jul 10
Amandine Alexandre-Hughes posted an event
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Kidical mass at Roundwood park, NW10

May 15, 2022 from 11:30am to 2:30pm
Come to Roundwood park in NW10 on Sunday at 11.30am for a family ride and be part of a worldwide movement called Kidical mass asking for safe space on the roads for children. The ride is organised by Amandine Alexandre and Mary Mitchell, aka Harlesden Mums Who Cycle. It is part of 200 rides happening across 15 countries at the weekend. The group will leave Roundwood park in NW10 at 11.30am and head to Paddington Rec in Maida Vale via Tiverton Green in NW6 where other families can join us at…See More
May 11
Matthew Sharp left a comment for Amandine Alexandre-Hughes
"Dear Amandine, I'm still at the same address and the house filters are as black as ever. I am not aware of any wood fires in the area (I haven't smelt any wood smoke) so I imagine the pollution mostly comes from gas boilers and traffic. It…"
Mar 4
Amandine Alexandre-Hughes commented on Amandine Alexandre-Hughes's group Air pollution monitoring
"Hi everyone, Wood burning is a major source of air pollution in the UK but, unfortunately, there is very little awareness of how bad the impact of wood burning is on our health. Mums for Lungs are organising an online event on this subject next…"
Mar 4
Amandine Alexandre-Hughes commented on Amandine Alexandre-Hughes's group Air pollution monitoring
"Brent : Build Back Better petition Brent has been hit particularly hard by Covid-19. According to official statistics published two weeks ago, our borough has registered the highest number of deaths in the UK per 100 000 inhabitants. Poverty has…"
Jul 1, 2020
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Plastic Free July - Be Part of the Solution at Facebook live

June 30, 2020 at 12:30pm to July 31, 2020 at 12:30pm
Since it started out in 2011 as a local initiative in Western Australia, the Plastic Free July challenge has grown into a global movement.Last year, 250 MILLION people signed up to the challenge and 825 MILLION of kilos of plastic waste have been avoided as a result, …See More
Jun 30, 2020
Amandine Alexandre-Hughes commented on Amandine Alexandre-Hughes's group Zero Waste North West London
"Hello,  I've started publishing a Zero Waste newsletter.  The newsletter is free for now. If you're interested in signing up, please send me an email (amandine.london@gmail.com).  Here is a link towards the first…"
Oct 30, 2019
Amandine Alexandre-Hughes updated an event

Zero waste picinic at Queen's park

July 14, 2019 from 12pm to 3:30pm
As part of #PlasticFreeJuly I'm organising a zero waste picnic. No single use plastic cutlery, no paper plates, no crisps bags. Come, meet fellow plastic waste warriors in your neighbourhood and swap clothes (clean clothes in good condition that you would happily give to a friend).Reducing single plastic waste is absolutely necessary to reduce oil extraction, CO2 emissions and pollution. Everyone welcome no matter where you are at on your journey to plastic freedom. See More
Jul 12, 2019
Amandine Alexandre-Hughes posted an event

Zero waste picinic at Queen's park

July 14, 2019 from 12pm to 3:30pm
As part of #PlasticFreeJuly I'm organising a zero waste picnic. No single use plastic cutlery, no paper plates, no crisps bags. Come, meet fellow plastic waste warriors in your neighbourhood and swap clothes (clean clothes in good condition that you would happily give to a friend).Reducing single plastic waste is absolutely necessary to reduce oil extraction, CO2 emissions and pollution. Everyone welcome no matter where you are at on your journey to plastic freedom. See More
Jul 1, 2019
Transition Kensal to Kilburn commented on Amandine Alexandre-Hughes's group Air pollution monitoring
"Keep in touch with Clean Air for Brent, which is more active than this group (and includes TTKK as a member organisation) by emailing them to join the mailing list cafbrent@gmail.com and checking out the website https://cleanairforbrent.wordpress.com"
Jun 3, 2019

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Nettle pesto, anyone?

Posted on May 19, 2015 at 14:26 0 Comments

Sometimes knowing that you can cook something without too much hassle is not enough for you to try it, even when you are quite curious to try new plant-based food. I’ve been meaning for quite a few weeks now to cook with nettles, for example. But, without the intervention of Kensal to Kiburn harvesters, I would still look at the urtica diodica specimen in my garden with suspicion.

As I had signed up to the workshop organized by Michael Stuart from Transition Kensal to Kilburn,…

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Apple cake recipe

Posted on September 24, 2011 at 18:27 0 Comments

This is the recipe of an apple cake I baked on Thursday for Kensal to Kilburn TT public meeting. 

Ingredients:
-200 gr to 320 gr of peeled and deseeded apples cut in small pieces…
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At 16:04 on March 4, 2022, Matthew Sharp said…

Dear Amandine, I'm still at the same address and the house filters are as black as ever. I am not aware of any wood fires in the area (I haven't smelt any wood smoke) so I imagine the pollution mostly comes from gas boilers and traffic. It would be madness to install a wood fire or pellet boiler in an urban area, and should be made illegal.

At 5:54 on June 30, 2012, Amandine Alexandre-Hughes said…
Everyone should read this article about Japanese old ladies selling leaves to restaurants 
http://tinyurl.com/bupnnug
Great transition story! 
 
 
 

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