“It is commercial, not ‘save the planet’.”
David English, Restore, Redhill
Fit for the Future
The Fit for the Future Network is a free to join, nationwide solution-based network for not-for-profit organisations that want to reduce energy bills and better manage environmental impacts, co-ordinated by the National Trust and Ashden.
The Network has over 80 members including some of the UK’s largest landowning organisations, community energy groups, councils and universities. The Network hosts events and site visits as well as encourages project collaboration and informal peer-reviews amongst members. It’s about matching needs and questions with experience and answers. www.fftf.org.uk
Sustainable Exhibitions for Museums
A group for museum and gallery professionals to share knowledge on how to improve the sustainability of the design, production and staging of exhibitions. Quarterly meetings, a great blog and informative newsletter.
Julie’s Bicycle is a global charity aiming to bridge the gap between environmental sustainability and the creative industries. As well as offering events and consultancy services, a range of useful guides, factsheets and other resources are available on their website. www.juliesbicycle.com