Reuse, reduce, recycle, rethink

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  • Spitalfields City Farm

    Spitalfields City Farm is a community farm only a stones throw from the city of London. We are an urban oasis, offering educational and fun activities, skills training, animal sponsorship and volunteer work for local communities and visiting groups.  Education/ Horticulture/ Arts and Crafts/ Volunteering/ Animal Care/ Sustainability.

  • Transition Kentish Town

    Hello! We are ordinary local residents who want to make Kentish Town less dependent on fossil fuels, and a happier, greener and more neighbourly place to live. We need a transition to a world that uses less energy and resources, and we need to do it fairly. Join us and Read more [...]

  • Oasis edible forest gardening project

    We are a forest gardening project situated on a children’s adventure playground. We have already developed several area’s in the garden – but there is still so much to do! As well as gardening based activities we have lots of other things going on – building out of recycled materials (artistic and practical), Read more [...]

  • The Orchard Project

    The Orchard Project aims to create lush cities swathed in fruit and nut trees. We work in partnership with communities to plant, manage, restore and harvest orchards in urban areas to help us all to rediscover the pleasure of eating home-grown fruit. For the first five years, we focused our Read more [...]

  • Elderwood Green and Growing

    We are a private estate in SE27 looking to lower our carbon footprint. In particular, we are interested in improving insulation and energy efficiency in the estate buildings, composting and growing-our-own in the communal gardens.

  • London Green Drinks

    The original London Green Drinks. We meet every second Tuesday of the month, now at the Pontefract Castle pub, in Marylebone (2 minutes from Bond Street tube station). Join us from 6.30pm. Expect a mixture of professionals, council officers, activists and students from across the capital. If you’re interested in Read more [...]

  • Transition Town Liverpool

    The idea is that a town using less energy and fewer resources could be more resilient, more abundant and more pleasurable than at present. Join in the explore how we can  reduce the impact of climate change and peak resource use on our communities.

  • Urban Green Fair

    A unique family centred festival, run by a Community Interest Company, highlighting environmental issues and providing debate, film, participation, workshops, demonstrations, food, fun and practical cost effective solutions. We are sorry to announce that the Urban Green Fair 2012 has been cancelled. A combination of no external funding and an increase Read more [...]

  • Reduce milk plastic pollution

    Reduce plastic pollution and get rid of milk containers by install milk distributors within Wandsworth common. These distributors could supply fresh milk at any time and to anyone. They will be able to sell glass empty bottle and to top up them.

  • The Meadow Orchard Project

    An urban wildlife meadow, community permaculture garden and orchard, and eco-building project for the health of our community. Activities include gardening and food-growing, orchard care, wildlife habitat maintenance, including scything the large meadow grassland, eco-building such as cob building, carpentry, straw-bale building, natural bee-keeping, arts and crafts, education workshops and Read more [...]

  • The DoNation

    Enabling you to inspire your friends to live more sustainable lives, through an online sponsorship platform that replaces cash with action. Employee engagement programmes that get staff excited about sustainability

  • St Mary’s Secret Garden

    The garden is an accessible award winning garden for the whole community. We provide: therepeutic gardening sessions for people with learning disabilities, mental health issues and older people volunteering opportunities training courses for people on horticulture and associated topics (we are a City & Guilds Approved training centre) hand raised Read more [...]

  • House of Wayward Plants

    The House of Wayward Plants facilitates large-scale plant exchanges and adoption events for unwanted plants. As the Official Reuse Partner of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and RHS Hampton Court Flower Show, the House of Wayward Plants rehomes thousands of plants each year to community groups and schools across the Read more [...]

  • RandyMayers.com

    Currently based at Landmatters Co-op Permaculture project near Totnes in south west Devon, Randy runs short courses in; Permaculture Food growing Composting and more… The main aim of this project is to learn and share practical experiences with Permaculture livelihoods and it’s associated practices. Randy lives off grid and is Read more [...]

  • Brixton Energy

    We have come together to establish Brixton’s very own community owned energy project where we can own and generate our own electricity. We are looking for lots of people, ideas and input so join us and get involved.

  • Greenpeace Southwark

    Welcome to Greenpeace Southwark.  It is a great time to get involved, with so much going on, from having a group hug with police to campaigning in a climbing centre. We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month in the The Old Thameside Inn, London Bridge SE1 9DG at Read more [...]

  • Myatt’s Fields Park

    We grow vegetables and fruit in the park’s greenhouse and then use them to supply our lovely Little Cat Cafe, as well as a range of food based workshops. We have recently appointed a community gardener (Fabrice Boltho) and are offering supporting to ten local growing projects. This scheme is Read more [...]

  • Castle Climbing Centre Garden

    A project to make use of the one acre green space at the side of the Castle Climbing Centre in Green Lanes. As part of their environmental policy, they’d like to grow food for the cafe and the castle members, staff and local community. The kitchen garden grows herbs, vegetables Read more [...]

  • Cranbrook Community Food Garden

    A food garden where produce is grown communally, on the Cranbrook estate in Bethnal Green. There are gardening clubs on a Thursday evening (5.30pm – 7.30pm) and Saturday morning. Please call the garden mobile on 07939 978778 for more information.

  • Environmental Audit Team

    South West London Environment Network’s Environmental Audit Team help homes, schools, charities and organisations serving the community  in Hounslow, Kingston and Richmond to become greener. We will visit your premises or home, review your energy, water and waste usage and then give you a full report with recommendations. We always find Read more [...]

  • Tooting Foodival

    Tooting Foodival is a project run by Transition Town Tooting.  Each year in September we host a big food related event in Tooting that generally involves connecting local growers of food to local cooks, restaurants and local people. A key idea is to connect people with the source of their Read more [...]

  • Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses

    Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses (BPCG) is an independent environmental charity operating from a former municipal greenhouse site in the centre of Lambeth’s Brockwell Park. Our 3742m2 site comprises a series of demonstration gardens and facilities including two commercial-sized greenhouses. We use the space to host a variety of educational initiatives Read more [...]

  • Transition Waltham Forest

    This group screened films & held public meetings in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, which led to the formation of Transition Leytonstone & Transition Walthamstow. Probably most accurately described as a fledgling transition hub, the group is currently 'resting' until its required to help the establishment of new transition Read more [...]

  • Arcola Theatre

    Trailblazing sustainability projects as part of our core business, Arcola Theatre aims to be the world’s first carbon neutral theatre. Our vision for a sustainable, equitable and creative future is the basis of our unique structure and business model, comprised of three strands of work: – Professional Theatre – Creative Read more [...]

  • St Saviours Edible Garden

    St Saviour’s are holding sessions now on alternate Wednesdays from 10.30 am to tend the garden organically and using Permaculture methods. From 10.30am till 12pm, all abilities welcome, kids more than welcome if supervised No experience necessary… If raining please check if on See Facebook Page for updates https://www.facebook.com/groups/1804378846259115/ 07766 Read more [...]

  • South West London Environment Network (SWLEN)

    South West London Environment Work (SWLEN) is a charity dedicated to helping people and organisations protect and enhance the environment. We work in the London Boroughs of Richmond upon Thames, Kingston upon Thames and Hounslow. We help local environmental groups with everything from getting started and raising funds to administration Read more [...]

  • One Planet Culture

    If you’re an armchair activist with a passion for the arts and media, One Planet Culture (OPC) is for you. From DIY film events to green reads and the latest news and reviews, we offer inspiration and information to help you help the planet.

  • Transition Town Peckham

    TTP is a local environmental group that exists to help Peckham residents live in a more sustainable way – in response to climate change and the need to become less reliant on oil.

  • Brixton Food and Growing Group

    This group is open to anyone in Brixton or the surrounding areas who is interested in being involved in making our community more sustainable and resilient through local food and growing initiatives. This group is whatever YOU make it. You can use it to connect up with other members of Transition Town Read more [...]

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