UN Sustainable Development Goals
See the bigger picture. The UN's guide to sustainable development provides goals on the local, regional, national and international scale. How can your business, community or household contribute?
ERCCIS (The Environmental Records Centre for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly) holds decades of data recording the changing face of nature in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. ERCCIS are able to provide wildlife and habitat data for your area or proposed development, offer information on wildlife and species, and host a sighting service through ORKS (Online Recording Kernow and Scilly) allowing us all to contribute to this wealth of knowledge through our first-hand experiences with nature. ERCCIS is operated by Cornwall Wildlife Trust.
Work in the agricultural sector? See how you can adopt cutting edge technology to improve efficiencies, manage environmental impacts and gain access to events, knowledge and funding to contribute to Cornwall's environmental and economic development.
SWEEP (The South West Partnership for Environmental and Economic Prosperity) is working with many partners across the South West to deliver economic gains alongside community and environmental benefits. SWEEP's Natural Capital work is shedding new light on the environmental riches found in our region, and changing the way we think about nature.
Taking its name from the Cornish word meaning 'to grow', Tevi is a unique project helping SMEs to deliver Environmental Growth and Circular Economics through funding, events, research and training. Tevi is a partnership between the University of Exeter, Conrnwall Wildlife Trust, Cornwall Council and Cornwall Development Company, funded through the European Union's ERDF (European Regional Development Fund). Find out if your business is eligible for support or make contact with the team through Tevi's website.
Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Putting Circular Economics at the heart of business decisions, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation is pioneering approaches to sustainable economics. The Foundation is working with business and academia to help deliver Circular Economics across the South West and beyond.
Cornwall Council's Grow Nature Toolkit
Advice and guides to help you achieve Environmental Growth at home, including community groups and funding.
Cornwall's Environmental Growth Strategy
The roadmap for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly's development, ensuring environmental, social and economic growth are at the heart of the county's future. Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly was the first council to put Environmental Growth at the forefront of its agenda, developing the strategy alongside the University of Exeter and CIoS LNP (Local Nature Partnership).