for our planet.
Ibex Earth is a sustainability consultancy with a difference. We put our profit back into supporting charities and NGOs that are looking to make a positive impact upon our planet. We have over a decades worth of experience of delivering high quality work for our clients within this sector.
Our main aim is to instigate the change that can enable organisations to benefit from clean growth and the 'green' agenda. We specialise in working with cities and towns to help them become greener, healthier and more prosperous places to live, work and visit.
Since we established our Creating Sustainable Cities initiative in 2018, we have helped to secure £48.8 million worth of funding for organisations that we work with. We
want to work with you to get that figure to £100 million by 2025.
We deliver a range of services for our clients that include:
Net Zero (and Clean Growth) Strategy Development
Unlocking Finance (private/public sector)
Sustainability Reporting and Performance Review
Grant Funding (Decarbonisation Fund, Shared Prosperity Fund, National Lottery etc)
Project Management and Development
Corporate Social (and environmental) Responsibility
Charity/NGO Consultancy Service
Find out more about the services we offer here.
We help to design, develop and deliver exciting environmental projects for our clients. Our work feature on national television, win an international award and even end up living on top of a mountain in Venezuela for eight weeks!
Each project is designed to provide businesses (ranging from SMEs to corporations) with opportunities to support environmental initiatives as part of their CSR programmes or community engagement work.
A project designed to engage every primary school in England about some of our planet's most pressing
environmental issues. Better Planet Schools is run by the Young People's Trust for the Environment and launched in September 2021.
Our flagship initiative has been created to secure £100 million of funding to deliver 'sustainable city' projects. Since 2019 we have secured £48.8 million for projects covering topics such as net zero, the circular economy, engaging schools and urban greening.