The environmental issues we face today are both diverse and complex and the only way we can truly address them is by effective cooperation, coordination and collaboration.
We understand that there isn’t necessarily a ‘one size fits all’ answer or that we may have differing opinions on the best way to tackle these issues but we also understand that we share a common goal – to reduce, reverse or eliminate our impact on the environment.
We are also acutely aware that giving/receiving help and support to/from others can be the difference between failure and success.
That’s why we are here to help, to listen and to support in any way we can.
If you would like to collaborate in any of our projects or would like us to collaborate in any of yours then please get in touch.
We can’t promise to help every time but we are always happy to talk and listen.
‘Individually we might create a ripple. Together we can create a wave’.
IN THE COMMUNITY
If you are a community group, charity, WI, Rotary Club, Lions Club or youth group/organisation and would like us to talk at your next meeting then please get in touch. We have lots of inspiring stories to share as well as a variety of interactive activities, videos and practical advice in the battle against single-use plastics, litter and waste.
We can adapt our talks to perfectly connect with any age audience (from 5 to 105) and adjust talk durations to fit in with your timetable. Typical talks last 45-60mins but can be adjusted to 30-120mins if required.
We can bring along our own AV equipment but it makes things a lot easier if you can provide it at your venue. Typical requirements are an overhead projector, screen and mic/PA (depending on size of venue) but we can discuss the exact arrangements prior to the talk.
Please note there is a small charge of £35 for talks within a 30 mile radius of Ipswich. Talks outside this area may require an additional charge to cover travel expenses.
As a social enterprise, all profits generated are reinvested into projects to further our core objectives in local communities. We are also always looking to secure funding to allow us to offer FREE talks on some occasions.