A globally renown firm, based in Farlington, that provide a life time guarantee on all their domestic lamps, and go out of their way to source parts even for older models. They are currently mapping their plastic usage, and have reduced it by 70% during lockdown.
The local Greenpeace group for the Portsmouth Area (Gosport, Fareham, Wickham, Petersfield, Chichester, IOW etc). They say: 'Come along to our monthly meet-up to have a beer and a chat and help us plan our activities for the next month!'
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.
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.
Repair Cafe Portsmouth is a free event where people who need items repairing are put in contact with people who have the skills to repair them. The items can include: clothes, furniture, electrical appliances, bicycles, crockery and toys. Items are repaired for free but donations are encouraged.
This blog is written by two women trying to be green in Portsmouth. It has lots of useful information on it about local resources and also invites people to share their tips on how to live in a sustainable way or promote something green that their business/ group is doing.
Squidmoo is a newly created local and independent business which focuses on creating and selling plastic-free products. They aim for their planet-friendly products to be manufactured to the highest quality, using sustainable materials throughout.
Trees for Cities are a UK charity working at a national and international scale to improve lives by planting trees in cities. They help local communities revitalise forgotten spaces, create healthier environments and get excited about growing, foraging and eating healthy food.
Tweedy Clothing is an independent 'slow fashion' label that provides sustainable and ethical clothing. They use skilled adult workers who are paid fairly in great conditions, source recycled, natural or vegan fabrics and reuse any returned stock and offcuts.
UK flyers is a local printing company that also delivers flyers and posters. They have recently secured funding from the Council’s workplace sustainable travel fund for an e-cargo bike and pool bike. Their standard flyer stock is FSC certified and any paper used is recycled locally.