From the Community Fridge Network sharing surplus food for free, to In Our Nature the citywide climate movement in Manchester, our campaigns connect people with issues they care about and bring them together to show what taking action looks like in practice. Which one catches your eye? Jump in and see how change adds up.
Secondhand Santa is coming to town to inspire better gifts for you and the planet. Swapping tat for pre-loved gifts can really add up – 28 million gifts were exchanged as part of a workplace exchange last Christmas. Up your gifting game and sleigh a pre-loved Christmas this year.
Cup, bottle, lunch box
Left the house with your reusable cup still in the dishwasher, your bottle left on the side, or your lunch still in the fridge? We’ve all been there! Yet we know they’re worth remembering to save money and reduce waste. What’s your hack to remember the essentials?
Reel in litter aboard our 99% recycled plastic boat for a memorable corporate volunteering experience. Plastic Fishing litter-picking trips give a unique view of waterways and educate crewmates on the impacts of plastic pollution.
People most affected by climate change are often not included in the solutions. We’re sowing the seeds of change by working with community groups and supporting them to tackle social and environmental issues, including air quality and access to green spaces.
Food Connect uses zero-emission vehicles to redistribute surplus food – reshaping the final mile of food donation. Find out how they're making a world of difference, one meal at a time.
Manchester is Green: The Challenge
Can football could inspire fans to eat better for the planet? A pilot challenge got Manchester City and United fans eating less meat and more plants. Find out how they made the switch.
In The Loop
A nation on-the-go means we get through billions of containers every year and only 4 in 10 of us recycle on the go (Every Can Counts, 2020). In The Loop brings businesses and local authorities together to provide effective street-side recycling, keeping valuable materials in circulation.
Food Waste Race
Chipping away at takeaway food waste with Just Eat. The Food Waste Race uncovered insights into everyone’s favourite guilty pleasure and challenged people to use their leftovers. The results: a 92% reduction in wasted food, yum.
What's In My Wash?
Did you know clothes can shed microplastics in the wash which end up in our rivers and food? We raised awareness with an eye-catching installation, collaborative campaign and clever care tips which also help clothes last longer.
Air We Share
Air pollution is a silent threat that affects our health and the environment. We made the invisible visible by showing what increases exposure to poor air quality and what we can do about it.
FFS, Don't Drop Litter
‘For Fish's Sake, don’t drop litter’ tackled litter head on with eye-catching interventions and playful messaging to encourage people to bin their litter.