Educating the public about sustainability and helping people to develop environmental and sustainable skills is an important step in the movement towards a more environmentally friendly future. For the past 3 years, Dorset Community Association together with da21 has worked on a project ‘Communities Living Sustainably’, funded entirely by the National Lottery. A skills base on energy use and food production is now available but regrettably all funding has now come to an end and further funding needs to be found. There are initiatives already in progress within the county as regards, food, energy, housing, transport, woodland working and waste resources. The message here is that there is a limit as to what can be expected from public authority effort so the importance of individual and community activity cannot be emphasised too much.

Showing 10 from 33 Items

Toggle Filters
Count
Sort by
Order

CapeFarewell has for 20 years championed climate change as a cultural challenge. Using creativity to create climate narratives, we work locally and internationally with education, the public and endeavour to hold our leaders to account.

DEED is a centre for global education and learning.

We encourage and inspire teachers and pupils to develop their understanding of global issues and cultural diversity.

Supporting Fresh, Local Food

We help you use your buying power to choose fresh, local, high welfare, seasonal foods which support small scale, independent businesses and cool the planet with every bite.