Popular Lyme Regis pub and eatery, The Pilot Boat, will be hosting a three-course vegan fundraising supper for us, on Sunday 1st December! Our CEO and Chair of Trustees are vegan, as are many of our core team. Whenever we host an event, it’s a joy to serve plant-based food and refreshments, as it’s the […]
We’re delighted to introduce you to another of our Corporate Partners, an uber-eco team of Dorset mums who created The Green Weigh. The Green Weigh is Dorset’s first mobile zero waste shop and it’s based in Bridport. This ethical org was formed by a team of 4 phenomenal women: Alex Green, Kate Robertson, Libby Rogers and Lizzy Rhodes. They’re a committed bunch on a mission to help reduce plastic pollution: click here to find out more about them.
Recently, Eva Jefa, the facilitator of our women’s empowerment group, Mothers of the Forest and Esther Kombe, Chair of the Boré Green Umbrella (the cooperative that plants the trees and builds the classrooms we commission), went on a certificated Permaculture Design Course in Meru; they both graduated with flying colours.
We’re chuffed to work with some amazing Corporate Partners and the folks at Forest Hog, are exactly that. Like us, they’re a young company and they’re powered by a small team of passionate environmentalists, led by the eco-powerhouse that is Diana Robinson.
For environmentalists the world over, the goal of leaving a light green footprint on the planet, can inspire people throughout their lives, right through to their death and beyond. We recognise the importance some might have of planting trees to commemorate their loved ones. We’ve made provisions for the planting of tropical legacy forests in […]
We do our level best, on our social media feeds, to bring you stories about reforestation, deforestation, climate change and associated matters, prioritising viewpoints from Kenya, but also from around the world. It’s always joyful to find uplifting stories to share – we need those encouraging articles now, more than ever perhaps, as the reality […]
“There’s a lot more to being an environmentalist, than simply planting trees”. That’s the message our women’s empowerment group facilitator, Eva Jefa, echoes from the folks in our UK office, as she enthuses the Mothers of the Forest, in Kenya. On Saturday 13th April, Eva led a group of Mothers through the streets of Malindi […]