Etch is a digital customer experience consultancy. We help organisations to innovate their digital customer experiences and continuously optimise for sustainable growth. For over twenty years we have helped reimagine and deliver the future state for hundreds of organisations globally.
Etch is working with Another Way to create our Power of Ten app, which will be launched in 2024.
Friends of the Lake District works to protect and enhance the distinctive and inspirational landscapes of the Lake District and Cumbria. Visit our website for up to date information about our work, grants, events, membership and volunteering opportunities.
Jili Allen Creative is a small bespoke and beautifully packaged design agency based in Cumbria specialising in graphic design, branding and commercial design. We are inspired by the passion and sense spoken by the Another Way team and the remarkable Amy Bray and are proud to be associated with the charity; developing it’s branding and sharing it’s message to live more kindly towards our planet. Creative design needn’t cost the earth and neither should the way we live!
PACT is an environmental group of like-minded and enthusiastic volunteers from Penrith & the Eden Valley, fully committed to developing community-based responses to the climate emergency. Based on the overwhelming UN-backed scientific evidence of accelerating climate change, we recognise the need for our district to become Zero Carbon Eden. To achieve this objective, our principal aims are to:
• Raise awareness of the climate emergency
• Urgently reduce local carbon emissions towards net zero
• Increase community resilience to better cope with the growing threats of extreme weather, scarcity of resources, and economic instability
• Highlight and help respond to associated environmental challenges including widespread pollution, loss of habitat, and loss of biodiversity
• Collaborate effectively with local governments, businesses, groups and individuals across Eden, harnessing the energies of our local community to achieve the above four objectives
As well as wide-ranging grassroots responses by our community, we also believe that bold and decisive leadership is required from UK central government to respond to what is a global crisis. Therefore we will continue to add our voice in pressing for innovative national policies and changes in legislation to meet this extraordinary challenge.
PACT is registered in England as an non-for-profit Community Benefit Society (Registration No. 31972R).
The Tree Council (founded in 1973) is one of the UK’s leading charities for trees, promoting their importance in a changing environment and working in partnership with communities, organisations and government to make trees matter to everyone. As the coalition body for a diverse range of organisations, the Council focuses on getting more trees, of the right kind, in the right places; better care for all trees of all ages and inspiring effective action for trees.
Three Peaks Web Design are based in the beautiful county of Cumbria, the Lake District, where we are conscious of our association with the natural world. Our team works with businesses all over the county and throughout the UK, delivering design that gives your customers an amazing website experience. We were delighted to work with Another Way to design something that we hope can help make a difference and inspire others to change our ways and change our future.
Victorian House is a family run hotel in Grasmere on a mission to make Cumbria Greener by 2037. It was working alongside Lancaster University on their exciting cooperative-pilot project, the Eco-i Innovation Catalyst, that inspired Victorian House’s most recent sustainability scheme. This Plant a tree scheme encourages those visiting the lakes to minimise their impact on the national park. Guests staying at Victorian House are incentivised to ditch their car in favour of public transport. For every guest that opts into the scheme Victorian House will offset the CO2 created during their stay in the lakes by planting trees!
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