Cornwallis Crescent Community Orchard is situated on ½ acre of land in an economically deprived area of Portsmouth. The site, destroyed by a German bomb in 1940, now now hosts about forty different kinds of fruit trees and bushes, and involves about 100 volunteers.
Let Pompey Breathe is a campaign for safe air quality in Portsmouth. It is a joint initiative involving Portsmouth Green Party, Portsmouth Friends of the Earth, Milton Neighbourhood Forum, and other groups concerned with the dangerous air quality locally.
LuvShifting Flowers is a designer and florist that specialises in ‘living walls’. Their installations encourage you to connect more deeply with current questions – such as the air we breathe, emotional tensions and light pollution.
The Milton Neighbourhood Planning Forum is a group of local residents, councillors and businesses who want to sustain the community of Milton, its green and spacious character and its protected shoreline through appropriate development.
Pompey Street Space is a resident-led campaign asking for a city-wide joined up network of cycle and walking routes. They have worked with local health professional in particular to highlight the costs to our health of a city dominated by cars.
Portsmouth Friends of the Earth wants to create a safer climate, flourishing nature, and healthy air, water and food, now and for future generations. They work with the local authority, and other campaign groups with this goal.
Pompey Living Streets are a group of residents who would like to make our streets the focal point of community again: safe, vibrant and enjoyable places to socialize, walk, cycle, play out and organise events.
Portsmouth Playing Out is part of a parent and resident led movement restoring children’s freedom to play out in the streets and spaces where they live, for their health, happiness and sense of belonging.
Southsea Cycles are the number one cargo bike specialists in Portsmouth. They teamed up with the Climate Board to run an e-cargo bike hire scheme from their shop. It's only £46 for a year's membership.