This page gives links to projects and campaigns that may be of interest to website visitors. Separate pages provide links to our member organisations, and to our list of Sustain projects and campaigns.
The Food Commission's "Action on Additives" campaign
The website, http://www.actiononadditives.com/, hosts a growing list of over 1000 foods, drinks and medicines which contain suspect food additives. Parents have been adding to the list by submitting products themselves.
Allotments Regeneration Initiative
The ARI aims to get more people - individuals and community groups - growing on urban allotments.
Association of Unpasteurised Milk Producers & Consumers
The Hardwick Estate Office, Whitchurch-onThames, Oxon, RG8 7RB
Tel: 0118 9842 955 Fax: 0118 984 2968
Find local producers in your area and lots more....
Butterfly Conservation's purpose is to secure a lasting future for all native butterflies, moths and their habitats within the UK
0870 7744309 Fax: 01929 400210
The site allows groups or individuals to set up their own fully-fledged web site to promote small-scale local campaigns on any issue.
Centre For Alternative Technology
CAT is concerned with the search for globally sustainable, whole and ecologically sound technologies and ways of life.
Centre For Science in the Public Interest
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is a consumer advocacy organization whose twin missions are to conduct innovative research and advocacy programs in health and nutrition, and to provide consumers with current, useful information about their health and well-being.
City Farmer (Urban Agriculture Notes)
Urban Agriculture Notes is written for those who want to start up their own "Office of Urban Agriculture", for those who have already done so, and for gardeners who are curious about what we refer to as political horticulture.
Community Nutrition Group
This was a special interest group of the British Dietetic Association that aimed to give community nutritionists a voice in public health. It also provided support and advice for those working in community nutrition and public health.
Consumers International (CI) supports, links and represents consumer groups and agencies all over the world. It has a membership of over 250 organisations in 115 countries. It strives to promote a fairer society through defending the rights of all consumers, especially the poor, marginalised and disadvantaged.
Countryside Restoration Trust
The Countryside Restoration Trust is dedicated to the protection and restoration of the countryside where quality food is produced using farming methods that encourage wildlife and enable more people to make a living from the land.
Address: Blenheim House, Church Street, Litcham, Norfolk, PE32 2NS
Cwm Harry Land Trust
Cwm Harry Land Trust is NOT an organisation which counts itself amongst the safe, tried and tested. It is about taking responsible risks and making what might seem to be incongruous connections. It is about researching, designing, experimenting and implementing options. As an environmental & social organisation, it seeks to do good but also to do well.
Earthscan's publishing aim is to increase understanding of environmental
issues and their implications at all levels, from the local to the global.
The Countryside Agency's Eat the View initiative aims to help people make the links between the products they buy and the countryside they value
Unit 18, Chelsea Wharf, 15 Lots Road, London SW10 0QJ
Tel: 020 7351 3578 Fax: 020 7351 3617
An online magazine that challenges the environmental, social, political and economic model upon which our world is structured.
eCommonwealth is a virtual meeting place for the Commonwealth Community. It is a place where anyone can go and find the appropriate connection to information, people or organisations and where what they find makes a difference.
Providing Full Text Searches of Reviewed Environmental Internet Content, News, Links & More
This portal site has an ethical shopping centre, a search engine that only searches ethical organisations and the directory is full of hundreds of organisations representing a huge range of businesses and interests.
European Heart Network
To play a leading role through networking, collaboration and advocacy in the prevention and reduction of cardiovascular disease (CVD) so that it will no longer be a major cause of premature death and disability throughout Europe.
European Public Health Alliance
EPHA aims to promote and protect the health interests of all people living in Europe and to strengthen the dialogue between the EU institutions, citizens and NGOs in support of healthy public policies.
Faith and Food
The site describes the major dietary practices and beliefs of the nine major faiths in the UK, and has a directory of food outlets where people can eat in accordance to their faiths.
Five E's Unlimited
On this site you will find a "virtual library" at your finger tips on the many elements of SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. The site offers hundreds of searchable resources to help communities, businesses, educators, researchers, policy makers, environmental managers, legislators, and households make better decisions.
GM Freeze Campaign
The Five Year Freeze campaign is supported by an alliance of over 50 national organisations who share the public's deep concern over the speed at which genetic engineering is being introduced into food and farming. The alliance encompasses a wide range of interests including environmental campaigns, local authorities, development charities, religious groups, retailers and consumer bodies. They are united by a belief that we must stop and think about the huge implications of this new technology.
Green Appetite is a look at how eating more plant-based foods is good for you, good for the planet and also incredibly tasty.
A very useful monthly support magazine for anyone suffering from a food allergy/intolerance or living on a restricted diet - expert articles, research and conference reports, recipes, products information, childrens' club and human interest stories.
The Food Standards Agency, LACORS (Local Authorities Coordinators of Regulatory Services, whose aim is to promote consistency and good regulation by trading standards and environmental health departments) , and the LGA (Local Government Agency, the national voice for local communities) have jointly launched the website “Food Vision”. This promotes the work by local authorities on healthy food initiatives, and has over 60 detailed case studies ranging from Men's Health, to School Theatre.
Friends of the Earth Cymru
Friends of the Earth Cymru is dedicated to protecting the environment and promoting a sustainable future for Wales.
Global Environmental Change Programme
The Global Environmental Change Programme, is the largest ever social science research initiative in the UK on any issue. The site gives access to publications such as 'Producing greener, consuming smarter' and 'Who governs the global environment'.
Organic food for your skin, hair and entire body! Organic ranges for your body, skin, teeth, hair, home, baby, kids and holidays. Vegan, GMO-free, no Sodium-Lauryl/Laureth Sulphate, no fluoride. We use certified organic herbs.
Healthy Living Scotland
The campaign is part of a wider healthyliving initiative and aims to change the culture of Scotland’s poor eating habits. This website is a joint collaboration between the Health Education Board for Scotland (HEBS) and the Scottish Executive.
This website will help you improve the nutritional quality of packed lunches eaten by children in your school.
Health Promotion England: Promoting a healthier future for the people of England
They develop and deliver public education campaigns and health promotion in key areas of health policy: alcohol, children and families, drugs, immunisation, older people and sexual health. They also provide support and resources to professionals in the field, run media campaigns, and provide some information direct to the public.
This is where you will find an organic solution to common health problems, e.g., sleeplessness, snoring, depression, hay fever, jet lag, obesity. Simply written, thoroughly researched and proven, organic solutions come as an e-book; delivered as a small pdf file to your PC; or, if you prefer good old paper and don’t mind the trees, we will print a paperback just for you and send it first class, without delay!
Idealist enables organizations - whether they have a Website or not - to enter and update information about their mission, services, volunteer opportunities, internships, upcoming events, and any material or publication they have produced. All this is free for any organization.
Impact Publishing specialises in modern, practical guides to organic gardening, lifestyle choices and the environment. Our goal is to make these important topics accessible and rewarding for the widest range of people.
Institute of Agriculture and Trade Policy
Working to create environmentally and economically sustainable communities and regions through sound agriculture and trade policy. The Institute assists public interest organizations in effectively influencing both domestic and international policymaking.
Institute of Science and Society
Promoting science responsible to civil society and the public good, independent of commercial and other special interests, or of government control.
International Obesity Taskforce
The IOTF is working to alert the world of the growing health crisis threatened by soaring levels of obesity.
International Society for Ecology and Culture
Apple Barn, Week, Dartington, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6JP
Tel: 01803 868 650 Fax: 01803 868 651
Working on four continents to promote ecological regeneration, community renewal and economic localisation.
Local Food Works
Local Food Works exists to foster sustainable local food systems through the development of local food networks.
London Food Centre
The London Food Centre was set up and part-funded by MAFF in partnership with South Bank University to assist small and medium-sized food businesses in increasing their profits, improving their quality and raising standards.
Low-Impact Living Initiative
Low-Impact Living Initiative (LILI) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping protect the global environment by researching and promoting sustainable, low-impact alternatives to various aspects of everyday life.
Farmers Market and Crafts Cooperative information point. Supports all organisers of farmers markets and farmers looking for alternative marketing avenues.
National Association of Farmers' Markets
Find out about Farmers' markets in your area.
National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners.
The objectives of the Society is to help all enjoy the recreation of gardening and so promote their health, education and community fellowship.
This site contains upto date information from across the planet, especially for issues related to poverty. Additionally links to a number of useful organisations are listed.
Organic Delivery Company
The Organic Delivery Company is a local award-winning Organic home delivery service, delivering to various London postcodes.
Organic Wales is an independent online directory for organic living in Wales, with sections covering food, drink, homes, gardening, holidays, health and beauty. Organic Wales aims to promote local organic produce and services to consumers in Wales.
Organic yard is an online organic box scheme and information exchange for London.
Resurgence is an international forum for ecological and spiritual thinking, which publishes articles on deep ecology, holistic science, and creative living, with a lively mix of arts, crafts and book reviews. Connecting readers to a world of ideas, tools and resources for sustainable living. In print and on line.
Positive News is a not-for-profit company publishing a quarterly international newspaper reporting on the people, events and influences that are creating a positive future.
A countryside initiative for opinion and debate on the future of rural Britain.
Schumacher College was founded in 1991 on the conviction that a new vision is needed for society, its values and its relationship to the earth. Over the last decade the College has become a centre of excellence with an international reputation for the inspiration, quality and breadth of its teaching.
Techknowledgy is a UK-based charity dedicated to supplying the Third World with basic computer equipment to aid educational development. They take computers that have outgrown their usefulness in developed countries and give them to underdeveloped countries in Africa.