Embedding sustainability across North Warwickshire and Hinckley College

North Warwickshire and Hinckley College commissioned SWM to reinvigorate the sustainability agenda across the institute by convening a workshop that brought together staff from across the college, as well as writing a report that reflected progress to date, recommendations for future activity and good practice examples from elsewhere. More >

 
 

Fit for the Future II

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) commissioned SWM to analyse LEP, combined authority and city region progress and appetite to tackle climate change, embrace a low carbon economy and reduce carbon emissions. More >

 
 

Bringing to life the sustainability agenda in Staffordshire

Staffordshire County Council (SCC) commissioned SWM to reinvigorate the sustainability agenda across the authority by convening a workshop that took place on 6 June 2017 that brought together staff from across the council as well as writing a report that reflected progress to date, recommendations for future activity and good practice examples from elsewhere. More >

 
 

Environment Agency flood community engagement plan: initiation workshop

The Environment Agency (EA) commissioned SWM to convene a workshop that took place on 30 March 2017, bringing together staff from across the West Midlands area to begin the development of a Strategic Community Engagement Plan that aims to help the organisation effectively target communities at risk of flooding. More >

 
 

Sustainability and Mental Health

An event with Public Health England outlining how the mental health care and environmental sustainability agendas are linked, including good practice, local and inspiring projects. More >

 
 

LEPs: Fit for the Future?

This project assessed the commitments of all 39 LEPs in England to reducing carbon emissions, stimulating a low carbon economy and adapting to climate change. The report provided a benchmark of each LEP against each of these three metrics and discussed geographical progression patterns. More >

 
 

Climate Resilient SME workshops

Using the Healthcheck to achieve resilience is simple and easy to use, and covers a broader range of considerations beyond risk solely from climate change and weather. More >

 
 

Birmingham Science City Partnership

As a result of this relationship, BSC not only has a physical resource to ensure that their successful ILCWG continues to flourish, but has also gained the wider expertise and knowledge from SWM’s endless database of contacts from the sustainability sector. More >

 
 

Climate Resilient Communities

Our Resilient Communities Conference allowed for a wide variety of audiences to come together to share good practice around developing community resilience schemes, the tools and support available to help and ask questions of experts in the room. More >

 
 

Health Networks

Through a combination of our evidence and vocal support from local health trusts and authorities, we set up the West Midlands Sustainability and Public Health and the West Midlands NHS Sustainability Networks. More >