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Simon charging our EV on the journey to COP26

On the Road to COP26

It’s six weeks to Christmas, it’s sunny and I’m wearing sandals. The stormy weather that hammered the South West last night and flooded our Education Trustee Helen’s Somerset kitchen (again)

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COP26 BBC Interview

Our Managing Director, Simon was on BBC Radio Solent this morning, being interviewed about our role in COP26. You can listen to the interview here:

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COP21 Delegates - By Presidencia de la República Mexicana

COP – What Is It?

Environmentalists from our charity are excited to be attending the UN global climate change conference, #COP26 in Glasgow, for the first two weeks of November. We will be delivering jargon-free

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Enough For Everyone Forever

The Word Forest Organisation has some exciting news; we can announce a new partnership with The Association of Sustainability Practitioners (ASP) and that we have become their newest alliance member. 

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Lime trees by Karen Cannard

An Autumnal Glow

The golden hues of the lime trees that line our road trumpet their visual fanfare to welcome in autumn. Even before nature’s clock ticks into October, their leaves take on

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Tracey at sunset in the Bore Community Forest Centre

Our CEO Is Up For A P.E.A!

We’re thrilled to announce our co-founder, Tracey West, has been shortlisted for a P.E.A. Award (People Environment Achievement Award) as an inspirational vegan. Tracey is six years vegan, and has

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Ocean waves with sunset by Pexels from Pixabay

A Trip With A Difference

Follow this link to a fascinating article in which Chantal Cooke, co-founder of PASSION for the PLANET, shares her experience of an expedition on a ship where ‘tourists’ travelled with

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A cluster of hazelnuts - Image by Karen Cannard

Hazelnuts in Suburbia

I saw them last night during an evening walk with my husband. They were hanging there, showing off on a tree just outside the primary school not far from our

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Road sign leaving Later entering Now Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay


This article was written by our Special Scientific Adviser, Bill McGuire. Prime Minister Boris Johnson professes to be a great admirer of Winston Churchill, to the extent that he has

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