Farms for City Children save several thousand pounds in consultancy fees and create green strategic plan thanks to advice from fellow members, the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Historic England collaborate will fellow Fit for the Future practitioners to produce best-practice guidance for renewable energy heat pumps
West Suffolk Council saves thousands by visiting peer projects instead of going to consultants, and install a biomass boiler for renewable heat
Field Studies Council save approximately £10k in energy costs through Fit for the Future’s Energy Management group
The Canal River Trust secure funding for their first in-house hydro project
Chatsworth House install 15 biomass systems producing over 1 million KWH and saving 271 tCO2e.
Kew Gardens prepared to power up renewable heat project thanks to advice from Network members
Scottish Canals launch their first Environment Strategy with help and advice from Network peers
RNLI collaborate with National Trust and contribute to government guidance
Adnams develop innovative sustainable solutions thanks to ideas sparked at Fit for the Future site visits and events
And see what a difference you could make...
19th September 2019, 10:30 - 16:00
Carrying out an internal energy audit of your site or property can help you identify opportunities for significant energy savings. Expert auditors from within Fit for the Future are going to be running a hands on training day, which will enable you to leave equipped and ready to deliver your own audits.
Declaring a Climate Emergency- What does it mean for third and public sector organisations?
The first Climate Emergency motion in the UK was passed in Bristol in November 2018. Since then towns, councils, organisations and businesses across the nation have followed suit including Fit for the Future members Ealing Council and Field Studies Council. But what exactly does declaring a climate emergency mean, and why might charities and other organisations decide to do it?