Here's where we'll post about all of the funding opportunites we are aware of that could benefit your project.
If you're looking for STUFF, check out this area: http://www.projectdirt.com/forum/forum/925/
If you're looking for VOLUNTEERS: http://www.projectdirt.com/forum/forum/1135/
Please keep checking back as we update this page ...
Tooting Foodival is a project run by Transition Town Tooting. Each year in September we host a big food related event in Tooting that generally involves connecting local growers of food to local cooks, restaurants and local people. A key idea is to connect people with the source of their food and to engender conversations about localism, growing, food miles ...
Transition Belsize is part of the Transition Town movement rapidly growing around the UK and the world aiming to create a network of vibrant local communities which actively address the challenges of a changing climate, preparing for a future with less oil and strengthening the fragility of our economic systems.
Together we can create a vision for a greener, more ...
The Mayor of London's Pocket Parks initiative supports the delivery of 100 new or enhanced pocket parks across London by March 2015.
It is part of London's Great Outdoors programme.
We run monthly live discussions on Just Act - this month we are talking about all things funding.
So if you want a bit of advice on finding funding, or have a few tips of your own to share, simply hop onto Just Act and join in.
We will also have our Community Champions on hand to share their experiences and ...
Come and find out what happens to Camden’s recycling. We will meet at Bromley-by-Bow tube station and walk together to a talk and tour of the facility where your recycling is sorted. Unfortunately children under 14 may not attend. Numbers are limited and you must be a Camden resident - email email@example.com for more information and ...
Is your mind overflowing with ideas on campaigns, communications ideas or potential partnerships and networking opportunities for Young Friends of the Earth?
Then nominate yourself to be part of our new steering group!
Anyone between the ages of 18-30 with an interest in environmental issues and a head full of ideas is welcome.
It's a great opportunity to learn ...
is a partnership campaign led by the Mayor to protect the capital's
trees and encourage individual Londoners, businesses and organisations
to plant more trees. The Mayor also wants to protect London's woodlands
and associated wildlife and make London a greener, more attractive city.
Applications for grant funding
The next round of the Mayor of London’s ...
In response to our government’s blinkered race for fracking, while snubbing the latest public opinion polls (74% against fracking under people’s homes without their permission, and 80% in favour of renewable energy), we wanted to visually capture how people FEEL about fracking – since their thoughts don’t seem to count.
And who can dispute one’s feelings?