The Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) is a charitable organisation which promotes and raises public awareness of environmental science by supporting professional scientists and academics working in this crucial arena. As a seminal environmental sciences organisation, founded in 1971, the Institution is consulted by the Government and other interested parties on environmental issues. The Institution has strong ties with Higher Education and promotes and supports environmental science and sustainable development in universities and colleges both nationally and internationally.
Membership of the Institution offers stepping stones on a career path - from student to Chartered status, attracting professionals of high standing with significant specialist and interdisciplinary experience.
The Organisation for Responsible Businesses is a membership organisation with a vision of a better way of doing business: a way that is good for business AND a better world.
They have a vision of thriving, vibrant cities, towns and villages, where small businesses play a vital role in their local communities, contributing socially and economically and setting an example of ethical and responsible business behaviour in the UK and across the world.
Reboot the Future: a small foundation with a big ambition.
They are helping to nurture a generation of people who refuse to believe that the future is foreclosed. A generation who believes that we can re-orientate our choices, our institutions and our systems in the service of reciprocity, care and hope.
They want a more compassionate and sustainable world, and they are determined to create a radical shift in people's mindsets founded on one rule, as ancient as humanity itself:
"Treat others and the planet as you would wish to be treated."
Nurturing community through nature - here in Rutland.
Root-and-Branch Out engage communities in projects around food and the outdoors, nature and the environment. They work in different community projects offering Forest Schools, allotment/food growing projects, woodland management and crafts, as well as running a surplus food café. They are working with pre-schools, schools, home educating families, adults of all ages and abilities and the wider community.
Peterborough Environment City Trust is an environmental charity that aims to make places better for people and the planet.
They promote sustainable practices to help protect our environment now and to leave a legacy for future generations. Positive change to create greener, happier, healthier places is at the heart of what they do. They deliver innovative projects of local, regional and national significance, enabling change for a smarter future.
Climate 2025 supports movements across all sectors that work to provoke, shape and sustain a just, clean world.
From start-up support and fiscal hosting to strategic development and fundraising services, they actualise and amplify the efforts and outputs of the causes they work with across the world.
By focusing on elements of organisational development, they enable the continued and sustained growth of causes effecting change.
The Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges is the environmental and sustainability champion within Further and Higher Education. They are a Member association supporting universities and colleges across the UK and Ireland.
In 2020, Change Agents UK and the EAUC collaborated on a scoping study examining perspectives from three key stakeholder groups: university leaders, business leaders and recent graduates. We unearthed what ‘sustainability skills’ are, which skills are important for employability and sustainability, and how they could be best instilled in students and young people.
ClimaTalk is an initiative by students and other young people that seeks to demystify climate policy and amplify young people’s voices in tackling the climate crisis.
They are a diverse, international team of young volunteers with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. They are united by a belief in climate solutions - through policy reform as well as through individual and collective action.
Students Organising for Sustainability support students and society to learn, act and lead for environmental and social justice.
Change Agents UK and SOS-UK bring their combined experience to the Kickstart scheme to create opportunities for young people to learn about and support sustainability in Higher and Further Education.