Running forests as a community organisation for the benefit of all.
Installing community-funded solar panel systems on schools across the country, free of charge.
Creating zero-energy, light-responsive pathways.
Changing our broken housing system to make it fairer and provide more security.
Increasing the lifespan of motorway crash barriers through re-use and refurbishment.
Providing household items to residents by diverting good quality items from the waste stream.
Building a movement to help make Leeds a zero waste city by 2030.
Promoting the use of Forest School and outdoor learning approaches.
Leading the way in community energy solar PV with battery storage.
Transforming the energy economy in the local area.
Generating clean energy from a community-owned hydroelectric turbine.
Making streets outside schools free from cars for pupils at the start and end of the school day.
Putting a stop to idling engines in local neighbourhoods.
Encouraging more children to walk to school on a regular basis.
Evaluating the quality of streets and spaces from the viewpoint of the people who use them.
Developing a decentralised, locally-owned renewable energy infrastructure.