The East London Green Jobs Alliance is currently being incubated by The Otesha Project UK, and kindly supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and Lush Charity Pot. You can find out who is involved in the network by visiting the Blogroll on the home page. If you would like to get involved, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find more information about some of our members below:
The Campaign against Climate Change (CCC) exists to push for the urgent and radical action we need to prevent the catastrophic destabilisation of global climate.
Capacity Global provides a unique link between community action and policy development that supports individual, community and neighbourhood rights to a clean and healthy environment locally.
Circle 33 Housing Trust is one of the UK’s largest providers of affordable housing, with 12 partners and 65,000 homes. With a dedicated team of more than 2,200 staff, we provide homes and services to around 300,000 people across the UK.
Common Cause helps people act for positive change by sharing recommended resources and skills across charity, social enterprise and business networks.
FRP is a not-for-profit, social enterprise with environmental and social aims. We engage with organisations and communities in London through a range of practical initiatives to reduce, re-use and recycle waste. Any financial surpluses are principally re-invested for that purpose, in the business or in the community. Based in Walthamstow in East London, we have been in operation since 1989. All our work and activities are supported by volunteers, including people with mental health problems.
For over 20 years, Hackney City Farm has been giving the local community the opportunity to experience farming right in the heart of the city.
London Community Resource Network (LCRN) is a social enterprise charity supporting organisations and communities working to manage resources sustainably, especially through waste prevention, reuse and recycling.
Manor House Development Trust is a charitable social enterprise working within Woodberry Down and north east Hackney. We are a resident-led and controlled organisation, with the support of professional specialist-interest board members.
The Paint Place is a core FRP project. It collects surplus, leftover paint from Re-use & Recycling Centres and commercial companies. The paint is then sorted, quality-checked, re-mixed if need be, and sold as a value alternative to new paint, particularly for lower income customers, community groups and not-for-profit organisations.
The Paint Place runs a 12 week programme called PRIME – Learning through Volunteering. It develops participants practical skills, sustainability awareness and enables them to create a portfolio of learning.
Young Friends of the Earth is a network of young people aged 18-30 who care about environmental issues and are campaigning regionally for a fairer, more sustainable future. We run campaigning actions across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.