About Sustainability East

Sustainability East is a social enterprise which provides advice and support for organisations looking to understand the implications of climate change and invest in sustainable approaches. Honesty and transparency is at the core of Sustainability East’s approach, and open discussion is encouraged in order to highlight risks, minimise loss, and maximise benefit.

The team is focused on direct action, as well as providing information and raising awareness. Sustainability East attempts to tackle the issues which negatively affect or obstruct sustainability in the East of England in the following ways:

  • Provide services and expertise in order to facilitate long term solutions to the problems of sustainable development
  • Build strong networks of partners, sponsors and associates to ease the collaborative process, create common goals to achieve, and use their leverage to help voice issues surrounding sustainability and climate change
  • Accelerate change for a sustainable future through transparency and honest, open debate between organisations

See more about the services we offer and how we could help your organisation.

Sustainability East is a member of Social Enterprise UK and holder of the ‘We are a social enterprise’ Badge. This means that Sustainability East aligns with Social Enterprise UK’s criteria for social enterprise.

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Latest News

  • Renewed focus for Sustainability East November 20, 2014

    We have realigned our priorities for the coming year to focus on three key areas: health and wellbeing; growth and the built environment; and the economy, in order to provide targeted support for customers.  This move comes in response to increasing market demand for support in these areas, made evermore challenging by climate change and ...

  • Nature and Wellbeing Act November 18, 2014

    The Wildlife Trusts and the RSPB have launched a joint campaign for a Nature and Wellbeing Act that calls for nature to be put at the heart of decision making, for the sake of our mental and physical health and the health of the economy.

    They have drawn up a Green Paper, which sets out proposals ...

  • Weathering the Storm November 12, 2014

    On 4 November, 45 representatives from local authorities and other public and third sector organisations met at Girton College, Cambridge, to consider lessons learned from last year’s storms, and to explore ways to improve their resilience and response to extreme weather events.

    The event was organised by Sustainability and the East of England Local Government Association. ...

  • 2071 November 5, 2014

    2071 – a new piece of theatre where the science is centre stage.

    From 5th – 15th November, The Royal Court Theatre in London’s Sloane Square is presenting 2071. This new work, written by Duncan Macmillan in consultation with Climate Scientist Chris Rapley, and directed by Katie Mitchell, has science at its core.  It recognises ...

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