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Environment Plymouth Green Recovery Plan

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Supports community led environmental improvements in Plymouth


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Today’s balance

£0.68 GBP

Total raised

£3,100.00 GBP

Total disbursed

£3,099.32 GBP

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News from Environment Plymouth Green Recovery Plan

Updates on our activities and progress.

Encouraging action on climate change

Our latest investment sees three award winning climate change books by author Ellie Jackson being sent to 67 primary schools in Plymouth in advance of the Big Green Week in September and the run up to the COP 26 talks in November. The books...
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Published on July 19, 2021 by Jackie Young

We'll be buzzy

Using the funds we have now invested in 200 bee bombs and will soon be on track to create 400 square metres of wildflower meadows for Plymouth's urban bees, butterflies and other pollinators....whether that's in back gardens or in pots on p...
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Published on May 1, 2021 by Jackie Young


Environment Plymouth was established in 2017 to provide a strategic community voice for environmental and sustainability issues in Plymouth. An independent network, it now has approx 500 members and in turn interacts with approx 80 local groups. It has formally adopted Terms of Reference, a membership Code of Conduct and its own bank account. Managed by a Steering Group it operates in an open and transparent way.  An ward winning network, it leads on the Plastic Free Plymouth campaign and has recently secured an Interreg funded contract to deliver the community charter element of the Preventing Plastic Pollution Project. In 2020 members of the network worked together to create a Green Recovery Plan - an Action Plan listing a range of small activities they wished to see. This fund is intended to kick start the delivery of Plymouth Pots, using bee bombs to create new habitats for the city's insects, a Hoe your Own campaign to protect street plants (weeds), to support the network's 2021 meetings, take action on tree planting and ongoing maintenance and action on climate change.

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