Rewilding and regenerating mixed-ecosystem land to combat biodiversity loss.
Reviving uplands in Wales for environmental and economic sustainability.
Reducing carbon emissions at a local community level through integrated and nature-based action.
Improving farming practices in the River Tamar for a more resilient catchment ecosystem.
Planting trees and making green roofs to revive, cool and protect urban areas.
Restoring arable land, soil health and biodiversity through smallholder regenerative farming.
Turning Devas Youth Club into a sustainability beacon in the local community.
Reducing the amount of clothing sent to landfill by repairing, altering and up-cyling the clothes.
Greening urban infrastructure to adapt better to flood risks and improve water quality.
Restoring seagrass meadows off the Welsh coast to combat climate change and biodiversity loss.
Restoring the exploited and degraded peatland ecosystem across the River Ugie catchment.
Reducing the cost and time for testing new offshore power generation.
Pioneering an integrated, affordable, low-carbon energy system for the future.
Linking allotments and food projects within the same area to help strengthen communities.
Equipping local people to build greener spaces around public transport.
Reducing fuel poverty across Scotland by improving energy efficiency of people's homes.