Partners

We all share the same goal. To change the world for the better.

But we can’t do it alone, so we need to partner to support each others’ efforts.

We’re grateful for the incredible support, encouragement and advice that we enjoy from the wonderful people at the following organisations:

 

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Anthropocene Magazine is a digital, print, and live magazine in which the world’s most creative writers, designers, scientists, and entrepreneurs explore how we can create a sustainable human age we actually want to live in.

An initiative of Future Earth, the largest sustainability science consortium in the world, Anthropocene is the evolution of Conservation magazine, which brings with it a 15-year track record of journalism and design excellence.

 

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CEC is the international network of over 2,600 circular economy professionals and organizations from over 60 countries. CEC is non-for-profit, global and open to join and coordinates initiatives to enhance the circular economy framework, including the CEC Organizers program, CEC Mentors program and global events such as the Circular Economy Mapping Week.

 

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Doing Things Differently is one of the world’s leading Twitter feeds focused on sustainability. With 165k followers (and counting), it ranks higher than Leonardo di Caprio and even Al Gore in its level of influence across the Twittersphere. We are delighted to have their support in promoting and sharing ChangeHackers episodes with their followers.

 

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At Future Earth, we believe that research, innovation, and collaboration can transform the world toward sustainability. We harness the experience and reach of thousands of scientists and innovators from across the globe. Together, this global community facilitates research, mobilises networks, sparks innovation, and turns knowledge into action.

 

LEAP! – United Nations PRME Working Group on Sustainability Mindset

With 85+ academic members from across 75 universities in 31 countries, LEAP! unites educators focused on developing a sustainability mindset in their students.

 

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NUS is the UK’s national student body, representing 7 million undergraduate and postgraduate students. NUS champions students to shape the future of education – and create a better world. Education is the defining factor in creating a fairer, more prosperous society, and students are the hope for the future of education.

 

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One Planet Education Networks is a global education non-profit co-founded by WWF that is dedicated to accelerating the mainstreaming of sustainable business practice. Working with business educators around the world to collaboratively innovate the teaching, research and practice of sustainable business.

 

 

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The SDG Transformations Forum is on a mission to collaboratively bring together transformational knowledge and create coherence, in ways that enhance capacity and generate action necessary to realize the successful implementation of Agenda 2030 and flourishing futures for all.

 

 

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SOS is an international alliance of student organizations and initiatives that collaborate to progress their work on social responsibility and environmental sustainability. It will create a global movement of student leaders collaborating for sustainability.