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Reboot the Future: a small foundation with a big ambition

They are helping to build 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.

We want a more compassionate and sustainable world, and we are determined to create a radical shift in mindset founded on a 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 & Branch Out engage communities in projects around food and the outdoors, nature and the environment. They work in different community projects offering Forest School, allotment/food growing projects, woodland management and crafts and a surplus food café. They are working with preschools, schools, home educating families, adults of all ages and abilities and the wider community.

An environmental charity that aims to make places better for people and the planet.

PECT 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 we do. We deliver innovative projects of local, regional and national significance, enabling change for a smarter future.

Climate 2025 support movements across all sectors that work to provoke, shape & sustain a just, clean world.

From start-up support & fiscal hosting, to strategic development & fundraising services: they actualise & amplify the efforts & outputs of the causes we work with across the world.

By focusing on elements of organisational development, they enable the continued & sustained growth of the causes effecting change.

The EAUC is the environmental and sustainability champion within Further and Higher Education in the UK and Ireland. They are a Member association supporting Universities and Colleges across the UK and Ireland.

In 2020, Change Agents UK and the EAUC conducted a scoping study examining perspectives from three key stakeholder groups: university leaders, business leaders, and recent graduates. It interrogates their opinions on what ‘sustainability skills’ are, which skills are important for employability and/or 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 the fight against the climate crisis.

They are a diverse, international team of young volunteers with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. We are united by a belief in climate solutions, through policy reform as well as individual and collective action.

SOS-UK 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 Kickstart scheme to create opportunities for young people to learn about and support sustainability Higher and Further Education.