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We work with scientists, businesses, civil society, local governments, other NGOs and educators to drive the change we need to live within our means and in balance with nature.

As an independent research organisation, our approach is grounded in evidence and delivered through a combination of engaging and immersive experiences. We work with a wide range of partners to help them minimise their impact on the natural world and take the actions necessary for a sustainable planet.

The Bakery

Working together to develop the Sustainability Lab. 

Birmingham City Council

Birmingham City Council provided land for the city's first Tiny Forest. 

Barnsley Council

Barnsley City Council provided land for the city's first Tiny Forest. 


We're working with BlackRock to expand Tiny Forest across more locations. 

Bradford Council

Bradford City Council provided land for the city's first Tiny Forest. 


Working together to bring Wee Forests to Glasgow.

Bristol Council

Bristol City Council provided land for the citiy's first Tiny Forest. 

Cambridge City Council

Tiny Forest partner. 

DEFRA Green Recovery Challenge Fund

We will use DEFRA funding to establish Tiny Forest in 12 urbanised areas across the UK. 

Dublin City University

Working together to bring the WaterBlitz to Dublin. 

Doncaster Council

Doncaster City Council provided land and funding for the city's first Tiny Forest. 


With support from Fever-Tree we planted London's first Tiny Forest.

Glasgow City Council

Glasgow City Council provided land for the city's first Tiny Forest.

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Council

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Council provided the land for London's first Tiny Forest. 


Accelerating operationalisation of sustainability strategy by training employees to understand commercial context of climate change and embed sustainability into the business. 

States of Jersey Government

We've worked with States of Jersey Government for many years. Most recently, we partnered with them to plant Jersey's first Tiny Forest. 

Kirklees Council

Tiny Forest partner. 

Lancing Parish Council

Lancing Parish Council provided land for a Tiny Forest.


We've been working with LEGO on educational resources that will help to inspire children to take positive action for nature. 


A collaborative partnership that empowers teachers with the knowledge of how to use outdoor learning. 


We're working with MINI Electric to expand Tiny Forest in Swindon and Oxford. 

Mitsubishi Corporation

Researching the impacts of climate change and thermal dynamics on coral species in the Seychelles. 


Naturalis Biodiversity Center

We're working with Naturalis Biodiversity Center to roll-out the FreshWater Watch programme in the Netherlands.

OVO Foundation

Establishing Tiny Forest in urban areas and supporting educators in using them as an outdoor classroom to connect children with nature. 

Oxford City Council

Working with Oxford City Council meant we were able to plant 2 Tiny Forests in the city. 


Earthwatch has partnered with Royal Bank of Canada to protect urban freshwater resources. Together, we are expanding the reach of Earthwatch’s research, working with local communities to improve water management in three European cities.



Redbridge Council, London

Redbridge Council provided land for a Tiny Forest in London. 

SC Johnson

Equipping teachers with the knowledge and skills to explore environmental challenges with their students and take action for a healthier planet.

Seven Lochs

We're working with Seven Lochs in Glasgow to bring Tiny Forest to the city. 

Severn Trent

Working together to bring the first Tiny Forests to the West Midlands. 


Earthwatch works with Shell to increase knowledge amongst employees about sustainability themes central to Shell Group’s business.

South Swindon Parish Council

We're working with South Swindon Parish Council, and MINI UK, to bring Tiny Forest to East Wichel Park in Swinidon. 

Tate & Lyle

Analysing sustainability of agricultural supply chains and identifying steps to reduce footprint, maximise socioeconomic benefits and secure supply.  

Thames Water

Supporting community-led projects to monitor the quality of water across the Thames Valley.



Unity Trust Bank

Reconnecting employees with the natural environment and contributing to vital research, to produce meaningful scientific data and enhance skills for evidence-based decision making.


We're working with Vaillant to expand Tiny Forest across more locations.

Witney Town Council

Together with Witney Town Council, we planted the UKs first Tiny Forest in March 2020. 

Whyte & Mackay

Working together to bring Wee Forests to Glasgow.



Wolverhampton Council

Working with Wolverhampton Council to bring Tiny Forest to a school in Merridale. 

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