Are you between 15 - 25 and passionate about the environment? Apply now to be on GAP's Youth Panel. Read more
In Fashion Revolution Week, we challenged GAP staff to come to work wearing 'guilt-free' items of clothing. Read more
We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new ground-breaking action-research project funded by the KR Foundation - Live Life (Not the Planet) To the Max. Read more
Global Action Plan Managing Partner Sonja Graham reflects on happiness and how it relates to our relationship with stuff. Read more
Global Action Plan is a charity on a mission to tackle our throwaway culture and the harmful effect it has on the health of our young people and the planet.
The UK’s first-ever National Clean Air Day is happening on 15th June. Co-ordinated by Global Action Plan,the day is a chance for the whole country to come together and improve air quality through collective action. Read more
The first ever National Clean Air Day took place on Thursday 15 June with over 600 events in schools, businesses, hospitals and communities across the U.K. Read more
On Friday 5 May, students from 5 London schools gathered together to showcase their water saving campaigns at City Hall as part of the H2O Heroes programme. Read more
First ever National Clean Air Day launched for 15 June, - action across UK cities to create Cleaner Air Read more
Dr Michaela Kendall, Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham, writes a guest post for us on the relationship between people and vehicle air pollution. Read more
Professor Toby Peters, Professor in Cold Economy at the University of Birmingham, writes a guest blog for Global Action Plan about the subsidised refrigeration vehicles contributing to the air pollution in our cities. Read more
As new figures suggest a decline in diesel car purchases, Chris Large shares his thoughts on what this could mean for air pollution, and for the future of diesel. Read more
We’re working with young people to reimagine our relationship with stuff and dream up very different ways of living and working. With the help of innovative companies and funders we support young people to demand and drive a happier, healthier future for themselves and the planet.