This is why our anti-waste programmes have a focus on the future. We believe that by encouraging young people to take the lead, we'll empower them to conserve food and water for many more generations to come.
We provide packages to teachers and youth groups, that helps them guide young people through the process. Our programmes are fully resourced, which means they're easier to deliver.
Some of the highlights from Water Explorer, our award-winning schools programmeRead more
On 12th May 2016 Water Explorers was presented with the Special Judges Award for Education Across Waters at the National CSR Awards 2016, which took place at The Crystal, Royal Victoria Dock, East London.Read more
On 1st March 2016 Water Explorers was named winner of the Community & Education award at the UK Water Efficiency Awards 2016 ceremony held at the House of Lords.Read more
PlugIn is an exciting new partnership between Global Action Plan, Severn Trent Water, Birmingham City Council and the Environment Agency which will reduce the amount of waste water in Hay Mills.Read more
Housing associations, water companies and local Government working together to help people save water and energy in the East Midlands.Read more
Adapting our pioneeing EcoTeams programme for Unilever offices around the globe!Read more
Setting 8-14 year olds on a mission to save the world's precious water resources.Read more
Can we use behaviour change to get more people to wash at lower temperatures?Read more
Secondary school students around the country learning innovative ways to reduce food waste.Read more
What happens when students are empowered to create their own water-saving campaigns?Read more