instigating long-term, sustainable
change for our planet.
It is amazing what can happen when you connect the right people and organisations together. That's our aim with the collaboration element of Our World, Our Choice. We want to create a huge wave of positive action will achieve this by bringing inspirational individuals and innovative organisations from the private, public, third and academic sectors together.
If you would like to join the Our World, Our Choice network, have an idea for an amazing sustainability project or would like to learn more drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
COLLAB WITH US
There is so much more to working with the private sector than just asking for contributions to fund projects. Whilst we won't say no to funding, we believe that accessing leading business minds can make an enormous difference, whether that is through in kind contributions, hosting events or just giving their time to speak through an idea with an Ambassador or NGO. It all helps.
Our work with the public sector is largely through the Creating Sustainable Cities initiative, where we support 15 local authorities to identify and implement innovative solutions to common challenges faced by the UK's urban landscapes. However, the relationships we are building and developing is increasingly leading to new opportunities around funding consortiums and helping to make our cities and towns more sustainable.
Where would we be without the work of leading charities and NGOs. We consider ourselves incredibly fortunate to work with the likes of Fauna & Flora International, Tusk, Ashden, Forum for the Future and many more. We are delighted to act as a referral partner for the Thomson Reuters Foundation's TrustLaw programme so we can provide any NGO we support, with direct access to FREE legal advice.
How fortunate are we that in the UK we have access to some of the most incredible scientific brains, knowledge and research facilities? We have built strong relationships with the likes of Imperial College London, the University of Oxford and the University of Essex and will continue to link these organisations with those in the private, public and third sectors. It creates opportunities and that is what we are all about - this is especially in disseminating research and collaborating with funding bids.