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    Lifton Home Lifts

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    Lifton is the manufacturer of the Lifton Home Lift – a unique and innovative capsule-shaped domestic lift which has one of the smallest footprints of any home lift on the market making it environmentally-friendly and green. All Lifton home lifts have been to designed to save on power and operate without hydraulics. They and are powered by an internal motor which plugs straight into the wall using a normal 13 amp power socket. The Lifton Home Lift is a unique UK in-home mobility concept which combines style and functionality in a discreet and compact design. Rediscover your freedom and the pure pleasure of being able to move through your home, simply at the press of a button with Lifton domestic lifts. To learn more about how our stylish yet practical home lift can help transform your quality of life, get in touch with us today to receive your free Lifton domestic lift brochure, or request a call back at a time that works for you. A LiftonDUO makes moving around your home delightfully effortless. The home lift is designed to carry one or two persons, and its compact size and flexible placement options means the domestic lift looks great in your home. The new LiftonTRIO is the first home lift of its kind which can accommodate a full-sized wheelchair. This domestic lift can also carry up to three people in its spacious interior.

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    Stiltz Home Lifts

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    Stiltz Home Lifts offer homeowners a green and economical range of home lifts which can be installed almost anywhere in the home.

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    Arthur Street Trading Company

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    Arthur Street Trading Co. Ltd is workers’ co-operative in Hull, and we have provided a home delivery service for organic veg boxes, organic fruit, organic groceries, and household goods in Hull and surrounding villages since 1999. We are committed to finding and promoting organically grown food and, where ever possible, we source our products locally. We support independent business’s and strive to keep food miles to a minimum.

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    Forum for the Future

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    Forum for the Future is a leading international sustainability non-profit. For over 20 years we’ve been working in partnership with business, governments and civil society to accelerate the shift toward a sustainable future.

  • People and Places

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    Award-winning volunteer placement organisation people and places works with volunteers to match their skills and experience to local community needs. We offer a service of integrity to thinking people – people who want to share their skills and experience to make a real difference, as well as to know where and how their money is spent. To work effectively for widely varied local projects, we work in full and open partnership with local people who are in and of their communities and truly understand the needs. We are working in 12 countries with dozens of projects. Responsible volunteering cannot and should not replace the traditional holiday – it may be emotionally exhausting and mentally challenging, but can also be a profound and life-enhancing experience when volunteers are well-prepared, well-matched and well-supported.

  • Environmental Change Institute

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    ECI is an interdisciplinary unit administered within the Oxford University Centre for the Environment that undertakes research on environmental issues, teaches an MSc in Environmental Change and Management, and fosters university-wide networks and outreach on the environment. Founded 1991 through benefactions, ECI was designed to answer questions about how and why the environment is changing and how can we respond through public policy, private enterprise, and social initiatives. ECI research and teaching is characterised by a focus on global and regional environmental change, through projects that bring together the natural and social sciences, and by an orientation to applied and public policy. The research is grouped around three interlocking themes: Climate, Ecosystems, and Energy.  Many research projects have a goal of influencing and informing public policy and decisions about the environment. The Institute is also promoting research initiatives and fostering collaborations in the fields of food and water. Uniquely in the UK, the ECI is playing a lead role in the Government’s three major climate and energy research initiatives: UK Climate Impacts Programme, the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, and the UK Energy Research Centre.  ECI’s cross-disciplinary innovation has been acknowledged in it becoming a founding

  • Centre for Alternative Technology

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    CAT is an educational charity dedicated to researching and communicating positive solutions for environmental change. CAT’s visitor centre demonstrates practical solutions for sustainability. It covers all aspects of green living: environmental building, eco-sanitation, woodland management, renewable energy, energy efficiency and organic growing. A spectacular water-balanced railway delivers visitors to the CAT site, providing the first stop for those interested in discovering sustainable technologies via exciting and interactive hands-on displays. These are continually updated to reflect the changes and needs of a society increasingly aware of the need to adopt sustainable technologies and lifestyles. In the summer months there are guided tours, or individual audio-tours are available. The courses taught at CAT’s Graduate School of the Environment are respected across the world, providing a big-picture, integrated approach to sustainability and the knowledge, skills, inspiration and networks to make a real difference in your chosen field. A series of short courses runs alongside the Graduate School. CAT also provides information resources, an online shop, venue hire and group visits for schools. The visitor centre includes a shop, café and accommodation.

  • Bees for Development

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    Bees for Development is a charitable trust that assists bee-keepers living in poor and remote areas of the world – lifting them out of poverty through bee-keeping. We work with individuals, trainers, community groups and associations, raising the profile of apiculture in developing countries to ensure a sustainable future for bees, people and the environment. BfD publishes a quarterly magazine, organises and runs training courses, implements projects in developing countries, offers consultancy services, provides information and publications on all aspects of bees and beekeeping and welcomes UK supporters. UK Registered Charity No 1078803.

  • Ulster Wildlife

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    The Ulster Wildlife is Northern Ireland’s largest local nature conservation charity committed to delivering positive action for wildlife and habitats across the country and at sea. It manages 18 nature reserves, protects threatened species like the red squirrel and Irish hare, inspires people of all ages to take action for the local environment, and campaigns on behalf of wildlife. Through its twin visions – Living Landscapes and Living Seas – the Trust aims to restore, recreate, reconnect with the damaged countryside and to campaign for seas in which wildlife thrives, from the depths of the ocean to the coastal shallows. Ulster Wildlife has over 12,000 members in Northern Ireland who provide vital support for its work. It is one of 47 Wildlife Trusts across the UK dedicated to protecting the full range of our native habitats and species, with support from over 800,000 members UK-wide.

  • 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.

  • The Wildlife Trusts

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    The Wildlife Trusts is a grassroots movement of people from a wide range of backgrounds and all walks of life, who believe that we need nature and nature needs us. Combined. the Trusts have more than 800,000 members, 40,000 volunteers, 2,000 staff and 600 trustees. Each of the 46 Wildlife Trust is an independent charity formed by people getting together to make a positive difference to wildlife and future generations, starting where they live. For more than a century these Trusts have been saving wildlife and wild places, increasing people’s awareness and understanding of the natural world, and deepening people’s relationship with it. They work on land and sea, from mountain tops to the seabed, from hidden valleys and coves to city streets.  Wherever you are, Wildlife Trust people, places and projects are never far away, improving life for wildlife and people together, within communities of which we are a part. The Trusts look after more than 2,300 nature reserves, covering 98,500 hectares, and operate more than 100 visitor and education centres in every part of the UK, on Alderney and the Isle of Man. They work in partnership to have a bigger impact for wildlife. closely with schools, colleges and universities, with hundreds of farmers and landowners, fishermen and divers; with thousands of companies, big and small; with commun

  • Sussex Wildlife Trust

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    The aim of the Sussex Wildlife Trust is to use its knowledge and expertise to help people and organisations in Sussex to enjoy, understand and take action to conserve the Sussex environment and its wildlife. We exist to safeguard the habitats of Sussex, both urban and rural, and to look after the plants and animals they support – today and for future generations. Sussex Wildlife Trust has over 33,000 members and manages over 30 nature reserves across Sussex that people can explore and enjoy.

  • RSPB

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    Europe’s largest wildlife conservation charity with more than a million members. Campaigns for the conservation of wild birds and the environment. Currently seeking better legal protection for wildlife sites, working to reserve the declines in farmland birds and addressing transport and climate change issues. Creates a safe haven for wildlife in its many nature reserves which attract over a million visitors a year. Has a network of local groups for adults and young people which brings the environment to life through meetings, events and projects.

  • Marine Conservation Society

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    The Marine Conservation Society is the UK’s leading charity for the protection of our seas, shores and wildlife. For over thirty years MCS has been the voice for the sea for all the fascinating creatures that live beneath the waves, for our breath-taking coastal environment, for all those who make a sustainable living from the sea and for everyone who simply enjoys visiting the beach and our glorious coastline. MCS launched the ‘Good Fish Guide’ to assist consumers in choosing sustainable fish species; see https://www.mcsuk.org/goodfishguide/search The Good Beach Guide shows the water quality of beaches around the UK.

  • Gwent Wildlife Trust

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    Gwent Wildlife Trust works locally to make south-east Wales richer in wildlife. It manages 29 nature reserves for everything from orchids to otters; provides advice; campaigns against damaging developments; and helps people enjoy and learn about their local wildlife, championing the natural environment’s contribution to everyone’s well-being. There are lots of ways people can support its work from making a donation to helping out as a volunteer. See the website for details.

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