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    Solarcentury

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    Founded in 1998, Solarcentury has been around since the early days of the solar industry. We've been part of the rapid evolution that has made solar PV a mainstream energy source that it is today, and are proud to be one of the most respected solar companies in the world.

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    Shared Assets

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    Shared Assets are a think and do tank that supports the development of new models of managing land based upon the belief that land is a common good which should deliver shared benefits for everyone. They provide practical advice, support and training to landowners and communities who want to manage land as a sustainable and productive asset. They also undertake research, policy and advocacy work to help create an environment where common good models of land management can flourish. They feed learning from this and all their other work into advocacy, campaigning, and new innovations like Land Explorer, Unlocking Networks and Parks Academy.

  • Trees for Cities

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    An independent charity working to improve the environment in London and other cities by involving local people in tree planting and landscaping projects. The work is targeted on the poorest parts of the capital with projects in schools, housing estates, streets and other public spaces.

  • Borough Market

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    Borough Market is rich with history, but it remains as relevant now as it has ever been. As London’s oldest food market, it has been serving the people of Southwark for 1,000 years, and that extraordinary heritage is an important part of its appeal. But this is not a museum piece—it is a dynamic, ever-changing institution; a participant in the wider debates around what we eat and where it comes from; a place where food is talked about almost as enthusiastically as it is consumed. First and foremost, though, it is a source of genuinely exceptional produce. Many of the Market’s stallholders are themselves producers: the farmer who reared the animal, the fisherman who caught the fish, the baker who baked the bread. Other traders have built their reputations on seeking out small-scale artisan producers and bringing their wares to Borough. Together, the Market’s stalls, shops and restaurants reflect London’s status as a truly global city, with traditional British produce sitting alongside regional specialities from around the world. Borough Market is a riot of colours, smells and human engagement. The traders—a vast repository of culinary knowledge—are only too happy to share their expertise with shoppers, or else just pass the time of day. Their voices are added to by the chefs, food writers, campaigners and teachers who help make t

  • The Gay Farmer

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    Spanish organic extra virgin olive oil. ‘Simply delicious – just as it should be.’

  • London Bridge Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? Small but perfect; this little market on the beautiful Memorial Arch Square at Kings College Guys Campus comes to life at lunchtime. Popular stalls include Picks Organics, Pasta E Basta and Seriously Italian handmade pasta with seasonal sauces made from local ingredients, Flitteriss Park Farm’s lamb kofta and Cakehole’s range of yummy handmade cakes. Favourite Stall winner 2018: Cake Hole Established: September 2013 Opening times: Every Tuesday 9am-2pm Nearest cash point: Borough High St, Guys and St Thomas Hospital Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments. Other info: Buy your lunch and have a picnic. This market is an oasis of green open calm adjacent to Guy’s Hospital and London Bridge Station. Well behaved friendly dogs are very welcome. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over 20 weekly farmers’ markets. www.lfm.org.uk

  • London Climate Change Partnership (LCCP)

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    The London Climate Change Partnership, LCCP, is the centre for expertise on climate change adaptation and resilience to extreme weather in London. We are driving forward awareness and action on climate change so that London is able to remain a great place to live, work, visit and do business. London is a world centre for finance, transport, politics and culture. The capital is a great city to do business and invest in because it has the vitality, skills, quality of life and infrastructure. However, many of the factors that attract and retain business and investment are vulnerable to our current and future climate. LCCP is comprised of public, private and community sector organisations that have a role to play in preparing London for extreme weather today and climate change in the future.

  • Karavan Eco

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    Karavan Eco is a long established exponent of green ideas and the eco movement within business. With a shop in South East London we also sell online via our website and feature at various markets, fairs and shows. Our range includes eco homeware, kitchenware, gardening accessories, paint, bamboo textiles, baby stuff and anything else which helps promote a more sustainable lifestyle.

  • Architype – London

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    Established over 30 years ago, Architype is an architectural practice specialising in ecological design. We offer expertise in the design and development of green buildings, including Passivhaus, energy efficiency, use of natural materials, natural ventilation. We embrace a collaborative working ethos and conduct effective consultation throughout the whole design process, ensuring the design fully meets the clients and building users’ needs.

  • Dynamic Vines

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    Dynamic Vines is an independent natural wines merchant that has built a strong reputation by providing individual wines and service aimed at the on trade and private customers. The company concentrates on sourcing wines that reflect their place of birth: the soil, the climate and their people. We believe that wine is made in the vineyard rather than in the winery therefore most of our producers are growing their vines naturally. We feel that biodynamic and organic viticulture enhance the unique “sense of place” because there are no elements added to the soil, plants and wine to interfere with nature and create a standardized style of wine. We work only with the region’s most passionate and dedicated producers, often pioneering, growers who combine low yields with passion, talent and enthusiasm for producing individual wines. We welcome their willingness to break the appellation’s rules, their obsession with quality, their insistence on putting creativity and dedication before commerce and the diversity of their products. We appreciate the connection between the land, the climate and the people. Our wine shop in Bermondsey is open on Saturday only from 10am to 2pm. The address is: Spa Terminus Market, entrance on Dockley Road and Lucey Way, SE16 4RA London.