Our track record
We continue to provide the building blocks for the clean air movement, through initiatives like the Clean Air Hospital Framework, the Clean Air Public Insight Tracker and the Clean Air Hub – the go-to place for public advice on air pollution.
Clean Air Day goes from strength to strength each year, despite the global pandemic.
Transform Our World is our online hub of resources for teachers to empower youth action and our Values to Transform Our World white paper launched a framework for student wellbeing and a healthier planet.
In 2019 we launched our first public campaign on wellbeing and consumerism, #IDontBuyIt offering advertising resilience guides for parents and teenagers.
Flickers of the Future has developed from a competition for young creatives to an Instagram channel of its own, showcasing compelling visions of post-consumerist, sustainable future put together by young creatives.
Global Action Plan was founded in 1993. We've been on quite a journey since then. Check out some of the many milestones we've achieved along the way...
London Sustainability Exchange
In 2019, Global Action Plan joined forces with London Sustainability Exchange to see enhanced capabilities and networks. Prior to that, LSx was an independent charity, founded in 2001.
A new mission for 2017
We launch our new mission: to support young people to tackle our throwaway culture and defy the pressure to buy, buy, buy.
Action on Air Pollution
Our Action on Air Pollution report in 2016, demonstrates measurable health benefits of reducing patient exposure to air pollution.
In 2014, Clean Air Action Days motivate drivers to switch their engines off, resulting in #noidling trending on Twitter.
2014 - we begin a 5 year programme to give young NEETs environmental skills (and jobs!) with Catalyst Youth.
Operation TLC starts to save energy and help patients rest with Barts Health NHS Trust in 2012.
Our Inefficient Truth report highlights the need to address greenhouse gas emissions from electronic equipment.
3,000 young people design Greenprint, their vision for the future.
Action at school
2005, we help students reduce school waste by 42% and energy consumption by 11%.
2001 - Energy bike and eco-driving simulators start travelling the country.
In 1996 we developed the UK's first Carbon Calculator.
EcoTeams is launched in 1994 to help thousands of households to cut their waste, and save energy and water