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Greening the Economy of North East England

Investors in the Environment (iiE) is a national environmental accreditation scheme. It is designed to help organisations save time and money, reduce their impact on the environment, and get promoted for their green credentials while developing their sustainability… Read More

At genee we are working to green the economy

As environmental sustainability specialists we work with clients from all sectors to help them reduce their environmental impacts, calculate and report on carbon emissions or deliver net zero plans.  Knowing your carbon footprint is only part of the… Read More

Eco-friendly – Jule & Richard making the change

At home, we’re gradually switching more and more household products to eco-friendly versions. This includes washing and dishwasher powder, washing up liquid, handwash refills and cleaning sprays. We’ve also both become vegetarian over the last 18 months, and… Read More

Photo showing members of the Stockton Great Big Great Week partners

No Mow May – Rewilding with Laura & Fraser

As part of our efforts to attract more wildlife to our garden, my husband Fraser and I took part in Plantlife’s No Mow May. We already do lots of things to make our garden more wildlife friendly like… Read More

Climate Migration – Between Two Shores – Henna Asikainen

I am a Finnish artist that has been based in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK since 1998. My artwork explores questions surrounding our relationship with nature.  Most of my work combines ecological and social issues and is made with… Read More

What a Wonderful World

Northumbrians join forces to help fight climate change Artists, scientists, farmers and students from local schools have banded together to launch a new Northumberland-based group to help fight climate change. “We’re launching What a Wonderful World because we… Read More

Decarbonise Newcastle – students lead the way to net zero

Students have been challenged to take a lead in Newcastle’s efforts to decarbonise the city by 2030. More than 130 young people attended the virtual Newcastle Student Climate Change Summit, to discuss ideas for tackling global warming and… Read More