Buy a hand-crafted ceramic daffodil from the Ten Thousand Daffodils installation

Another Weigh feature


Another Weigh Kendal and Penrith are two zero-waste shops in Cumbria, which support Another Way’s activities! The two shops have helped to grow the local community while creating a circular economy, which minimises the wastage of resources, energy and emissions.

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Cumbria Wild Watch


Help biodiversity this year by taking part in the first-ever Cumbria Wild Watch!

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Climate Action Workshop


Amy led a great workshop on climate action at Queen Elizabeth School in Cumbria this month, with 50 students attending.

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Power of 10 film


The Power of 10 film tells the story of how Another Way’s movement grew from the passion of our founder Amy to a community of people taking action for our planet. Prepare to be inspired by Amy’s story and to learn about what you can do to be part of the Power of 10 movement.

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Eco-anxiety: Another Way’s support initiatives


Another Way will launch its eco-anxiety workshop at Exeter University’s Climate Week at the end of September. Amy and others in the AW team will host the workshop, using resources created as part of Another Way’s eco-anxiety toolkit. Our resources and activities focus on catalysing despair into active hope, through imagining a future and wayfinding your unique role in the climate movement. Look out for the eco-anxiety toolkit, which will be launched on our Power of Ten app later this year.

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Join the Another Way Community


Membership is open to all! We are a diverse community, united by our desire to live sustainably and show kindness towards our planet.

By becoming a member, you will: Support Amy’s campaigning work, Enable our environmental action and empower young people through the Power of Ten programme

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30 Steps to Another Way


Living more sustainably is a key contribution we all can make to protecting our environment and the world we live in. We have created a whole raft of ideas to help you on your journey to a more sustainable lifestyle so please READ MORE to find out what you can do

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Let’s Fix Our Future: Together we can Solve the Crisis of our Planet’s Health


Another Way helps people to live in a more environmentally friendly way. There are easy steps we can all take, each at our own pace, to help create a world in which individuals and communities are inspired and empowered to live more kindly towards our planet.

If one person spread a message to ten people on one day, and the next day those ten people told ten more each, then in only ten days, the whole world would have been educated. The work of Another Way centres around this belief; that one individual has the power to catalyse change and that each one of us can change our habits right now, without waiting for anyone else. If all eight billion of us made one difference, imagine how many problems could be solved.

You can make a difference. You have the power to find Another Way.

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Did you know?


By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the seas.

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People Power


If we all make just one uniting positive change, we can move mountains.

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Our Vision


A united world in which communities are inspired to live sustainably.

“The world’s alarm bell is ringing. We have no time to wait for anyone else to change. The time is now, and it starts with every single one of us. I want to empower everyone to make a difference.”


Read about the story of Another Way from our Founder Amy Bray, whose passion for our beautiful planet inspired this charity.


Make a change


Find out some simple steps to get you started on the path to living sustainably.

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Support Another Way


Our network is committed to protecting our planet. Join us!

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Spread the word


Do you have a community group or school that would benefit from our talks?

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Another Way News

Another Weigh feature

Another Weigh Kendal and Penrith are two zero-waste shops in Cumbria, which support Another Way’s activities. The two shops have helped to grow the local community while creating a circular economy, which minimises the wastage of resources, energy and emissions. Give us a little intro… Read more »

Cumbria Wild Watch

Help biodiversity this year by taking part in the first-ever Cumbria Wild Watch. Cumbria Wild Watch has been developed by Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre as part of the PLACE (Paths to Leadership: Active Community Engagement) project led by Cumbria Development Education Centre and partners Another… Read more »