includes: renewable energy, energy efficiency

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  • Greener Homes

    A one stop shop for the latest news and information on how to green your home. Here you’ll find details about grants and updates (including the Green Deal) and learn from other peoples experiences. Feel free to ask a question, or add your own comments.

  • UCLan Greening a University

    The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has maintained a top 10 position in the People & Planet Green League of Universities for 6 years, Sustainable Development is one of the Uni’s key Medium Term Strategies. The Uni has the Carbon Trust Standard an external standard that verifies the reduction of Read more [...]

  • Sustainable Living In The Heatons

    A diverse group of local people who volunteer to do things in the Four Heatons that make the area even better now and for the future.  We grow food, organise bike rides, run swap shops, hold waste food dinners, sell low carbon shopping bags … and more!  Open to all!

  • Knowsley Eco Teams

    We are a community inclusion project delivered within Knowsley in our schools and community centres. Consisting of 6 Eco sessions including Grow Your Own, Rubbish and Up-cycling, Energy, Water & Travel, Composting and Love Food, Hate Waste. All sessions are FREE to anyone who lives or works in Knowsley. Delivered Read more [...]

  • Brixton Edge

    A place to grow: Good food, friendship, gardens, sustainability, and have fun caring for the Earth and People with Permaculture principles.

  • London Permaculture Festival

    The London Permaculture Festival is a grassroots event organised by volunteers. This year it takes place on Sunday 30th July at Cecil Sharp House, Camden from 11am-6pm. We are looking for volunteers who would like to help out and see permaculture in action as we organise for another year with Read more [...]

  • End Ecocide England

    Ecocide is the environmental equivalent of Genocide, but there is currently no law against it. This is the English part of the European Citizens’ Initiative to End Ecocide; when we have 1 million signatures across Europe by next January the Commission and Parliament are obliged to consider the draft Ecocide Read more [...]

  • Village farm orchard project

    We are a Squash Nutrition project, based in Stockbridge Village. We have support from the Villages housing association to plant up any spaces owned by them in between housing estates and roadways around the Stockbridge Village area. We have a polytunnel base and a shop unit in the precint of Read more [...]

  • Community Energy Fortnight

    We are pleased to launch our Community Energy Fortnight 2015 in partnership with Cooperative Energy. The Fortnight will run from 5th-20th September with events up and down the UK – from seeing inside a wind turbine to building your own solar panel. Keep an eye on our events page in Read more [...]

  • Barnet Green Drinks

    Welcome to Barnet Green Drinks a social occasion for anyone who is involved or interested in environmental/green issues. It is part of the worldwide Green Drinks movement. Barnet Green Drinks is a place to meet like minded individuals, learn about interesting projects, get away from it all and just relax. Read more [...]

  • The HUB Eco Series

    The HUB Eco Series is an event series creating positive debate around the key national and international environmental issues of our time; join our Twitter and Facebook communities to hear about events as they arise. Our events are hosted by HUB Islington, the original HUB in a converted warehouse in Read more [...]

  • Woodland Heritage in Action

    Woodland Heritage in Action focuses on the historical significance of woodland for the cultural, environmental and economic wellbeing of Peterborough. Bretton’s Ancient Woods, to the East of Peterborough and once part of William the Conqueror’s Royal Rockingham Forest, are being made more accessible to the public thanks to a grant Read more [...]

  • RiverCare (PECT)

    Peterborough Environment City Trust, Keep Britain Tidy and Anglian Water have been working together and have funded more than 40 RiverCare groups across the region, helping people care for their local stretch of river. Groups of volunteers have been working together to clean out stretches of the River Nene, which Read more [...]

  • Forest for Peterborough

    We’re creating a Forest for Peterborough… Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT) is working with a range of different partners to create a Forest for Peterborough. Forest for Peterborough is a growing forest for a growing city. The Forest project aims to plant a tree for every person in Peterborough, a Read more [...]

  • Sustrans London

    Sustrans is a leading UK charity enabling people to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of the journeys we make every day. We deliver educational programmes, community projects, volunteer programmes and infrastructure work in London in partnership with TfL, Local Authorities, Public Health and others.

  • Hamilton House

    Hamilton House is a vibrant community hub on Stokes Croft in which people can coexist in harmony with themselves, with each other and the environment. We have grown organically and will continue to do so, open to respond to what is needed by the community within and without the building.  Read more [...]

  • Penrith Action for Community Transition

    PACT is a transition town organisation that is working hard on local environmental and energy saving projects. We’ve campaigned to reduce plastic bag usage, produce community ovens and gets kids involved with Story Giants of Eden.  We’re now heavily into community growing and greening of Penrith and Eden District.  Using Read more [...]

  • Tamworth Farm Rose Avenue Allotment

    Sustainable Merton, a community led initiative which gives local people the chance to get involved with practical projects aimed at increasing sustainability in the area, is set to refurbish the currently derelict Tamworth Farm, Rose Avenue Allotment on London Road, Mitcham. Owned by Merton Council, the site is in an Read more [...]

  • Project Dirt Activities

    Here at Project Dirt we would like to start having a few more fun activities for us and our community! Whether that be walks, cycle rides, talks, green film nights or workshops this is where we will be letting you know what is going on!

  • Solar Schools

    Solar Schools was a project offering schools the chance to win free training, resources and support to help them fundraise the cost of solar panels. It boosted budgets, built communities and brough energy and climate change to life!  Unfortunately though, the Solar Schools project has closed in September 2016. 10:10, Read more [...]

  • Kotuku Environmental Labourer Project (KELP)

    The Kotuku Environmental Labourer Project (KELP) aims to give young unemployed Londoner’s a helping hand into long term employment. It equips them with basic health and safety and environmental skills and qualifications.  After training they are matched with full time work opportunities on the first rung of the construction and Read more [...]

  • Sharenergy Co-operative

    Sharenergy is a not-for-profit organisation which helps communities find, build and own renewable energy generation: we are currently working with hydro power, wind, biomass, biogas and solar projects from our base in the Marches and throughout the UK

  • Roots and Shoots

    <P>The Roots and Shoots Training Centre has supported young people in London since 1982. Combining supportive educational programmes – focused on Horticulture and Retail – and ambitious targets within a nurturing environment, our aim is to help young people progress in their lives and towards sustainable employment. </P> <P><BR></P>

  • Greater Manchester Hydrogen Partnership

    The Greater Manchester Hydrogen Partnership (GMHP) was set up in 2012 by Manchester Metropolitan University and Association of Greater Manchester Authorities to develop a network of hydrogen fuel cell stakeholders to bring together knowledge and skills to improve Greater Manchester’s capacity to address the challenges of grid demand, energy security and ability to Read more [...]

  • The East London Garden Society

    The East London Garden Society is to create a one stop shop for all garden services in East London, therefore all persons wishing to be registered, please Whether you have a service such as landscaping or retail garden products, contact us.

  • The Community Farm, Chew Magna, Bristol

    We’re working to transform farming, growing organically on a farm owned by its members and providing healthy food direct to your door. Members officially took over the farming, box scheme and wholesale business as a not-for-profit organisation in April 2011. We also run educational courses at the farm. Come and Read more [...]

  • Chorley Community Food Growing Project

    We support community groups setting up food growing areas on community sites/gardens as well as local schools. Our support includes advice, practical help, training, educational sessions and being an on-going contact for volunteers.

  • Croydon Real Nappy Network

    We are a voluntarily run group affiliated to the Women’s Environmental Network and members of Go Real and Real Nappies For London (via Croydon Council). We offer impartial advice and information about using cloth nappies. We have the full support and backing of Croydon Council’s Environment and Sustainability project. We Read more [...]

  • Walthamstow Family Bike Club

    We meet on the 2nd Sunday of each month for a sociable ride. Our aim is for an enjoyable afternoon exploring the nooks and crannies in and around our borough. The maximum distance we do is 15 miles there and back, but will be tailored to the abilities of those Read more [...]

  • Friends of Windmill Gardens

    The parks group of FoWG work to improve Windmill Gardens park for all users and visitors to Brixton Windmill. Among other things: – We grow heritage soft fruit in the park; – We tend a medicinal herb bed that we have created in a disused sandpit; – Our volunteers regularly Read more [...]

  • Vertical Growing

    To Anyone interested in vertical gardening systems. Would you like to help with user research trials? Or do you already have a vertical garden that you could share with us? I’m doing user research to help Treebox ltd improve their service’s and reduce their environmental impact. If you are already Read more [...]

  • Roundshaw Homes

    Roundshaw Homes is a successful partnership between The Hyde Group and the Metropolitan Housing Partnership (MHP), which has been responsible for the regeneration of the Roundshaw Estate in Wallington, Surrey, since 1996.

  • Building Man

    Welcome to the re-imagination of small festival culture and beyond. Inspired by Burning Man and remixed by Babylon the Beautiful. This is Building Man. Our 100% participatory, volunteer-led gatherings of like minded people and projects will pioneer gift-led economics and embrace a brave new world of post-scarcity abundance. Rather Read more [...]

  • Permanent Cultures

    Permanent Cultures are a permaculture design collective. We orchestrate a variety of courses for adults and school children, practical landbased designs and implementation, as well as curate talks and workshops that explore a diverse definition of what is permaculture.  

  • The End to End

    Brake the Cycles End to End is a 1,000 mile free wheel into alternative ways of living.  20 challengers will cycle the most southern tip to northern nip of our country visiting eco communities, permaculture projects and organic farms, in an immersive holistic educational experience. 

  • Cloud Cuckoo Land

    Welcome to the community owned performing arts collective in the Clouds.  Somewhere over Somerset’s Mendip Hills, Cloud Cuckoo Land is “an unrealistically idealistic state of being, where everything is possible.”  August 2nd, 3rd and 4th 2013 | Early Birds On Sale Now

  • Martineau Gardens

    Martineau Gardens, Birmingham, UK Visit a terrific community garden that’s teeming with wildlife, incredible plants and amazing people.Open Mon-Sat 10am – 4pm, FREE ENTRY. Our mission is to inspire people about the natural environment. We also provide volunteering opportunities, therapeutic horticulture, and are a venue for educational activities.  Woodland, ponds, orchard, birdhide, Read more [...]

  • DIY Wind Turbine

    *** UPDATE! *** We will be building our wind turbine finally at Bicester Green community workshop from Thursday 31st July to Sunday 3rd August! Join in – register now:… Contact Claire on 07840368711 or with any questions. We will be constructing a 2.4m diameter Hugh Piggott design DIY Read more [...]


    Urban Veg is part of Winterbourne House and Garden at the University of Birmingham, UK. For course bookings call 0121 414 3003 (option 4). We aim to promote a culture of urban food production as a means of addressing issues around health, diet and social exclusion.  Working with a variety Read more [...]

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