Welcome to Creative Sustainability CIC

We see Environmental Sustainability as something that can enhance our lives, our work, our organisations and our communities. Science and appropriate technology are an integral part of our projects but also learning and thinking for its own sake, art, adventure, fun and creativity. At the core of sustainability is inclusion, something we take very seriously.

Community resilience, sustainability and environmental projects

  • Youth Exploring Sustainability: putting sustainability and the environment on the agenda in secondary schools and youth organisations for campus, curriculum and community, work and life
  • Future Now: making links between business and young people to support development of local opportunities for meaningful work placements, apprenticeships and career development
  • Creative Camping: inclusive, cultural, artistic, cooperative and environmental summer camps for young people with places reserved for young people with disabilities or otherwise disadvantaged
  • Youth Organisation Development: Co-ordination and development of the volunteer run local branch of national and international children’s charity for Social and Environmental Education, Woodcraft

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3 days ago

The Greener Gloucestershire Festival

September 20, 2014, 12:00pm

University of Gloucestershire

An exciting celebration of sustainability across the county - there will be delicious local food, a village show delivered by Cheltenham Connect, real ale, cider from our student social enterprise, talks & workshops, free bike repair, face painting and lots more family fun! Plus, it’ll be your chance to meet organisations and businesses from all over the county and find out what they do and how to get involved. Find out more at www.greenergloucestershire.co.uk/festival/whats-on or follow @greenerglos on twitter!

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Off to Thistledown today for three days of nature, bushcraft and good times. Taking 15 teenagers on the fourth of our 2014 inclusion camps, breaking down barriers between disabled teenagers and their non-disabled peers. ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

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Access Bike starts again this term in two more Stroud Secondary School, Thomas Keble and Maidenhill. We'll be providing bikes, helmets, lights and locks to 20 disadvantaged young people who want a bike and couldn't afford one otherwise.

If you have a bike to donate, want to sponsor the project or know a young person who could benefit get in touch.
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#accessbike starts in schools again. Disadvantaged #Young people will benefit #independence,#fitness,#inclusion.got a bike for the project? ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

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