Mary Stevens30 Nov 2021
An update on how this Lancaster project brings together technology and community to highlight alternative futures
Mary Stevens22 Nov 2021
Mary Stevens reflects on why tapping the experience of activists and experts can be so challenging and how to make connections easier.
Mary Stevens10 Nov 2021
Mary Stevens explains why we need OwnIt more than ever.
Anneka Deva06 Sep 2021
Anneka Deva from Enrol Yourself talks about the success of the OwnIt pilots and how women could be a powerful force for climate action in a decade.
Joanna Watson31 Aug 2021
Mary Stevens explores the green space gap with Bristol Disability Equality Forum.
Joanna Watson23 Aug 2021
Rachel Mountain explains why Ethex and sister platform Energise Africa have supported OwnIt in making it easier for women to make informed and ethical personal finance decisions.
Joanna Watson02 Aug 2021
We remember an inspiring activist who saw the connection between flood risk, tree planting and climate change – and acted on it.
14 Jul 2021
How our woodland mapping tool has been adapted to identify land for food.
Joanna Watson28 Jun 2021
Harriet Sansom from CSE talks frankly about her experience of running Powering Up, a community engagement project across 3 communities, what they learned through taking an experimental approach and why there are invaluable lessons for others with similar ambitions.
Mary Stevens29 Apr 2021
Mary Stevens reflects on how to facilitate radical change to meet the climate and nature crises.
Joanna Watson18 Mar 2021
We talk to digital activist and tech entrepreneur Jaya Chakrabarti about connecting business to communities to regenerate nature.
Christian Graham28 Jan 2021
Christian Graham discusses the scheme that loaned an electric car to Partneriaeth Ogwen with Rhys Gwilym of MenterMôn.
25 Jan 2021
We’ve tested and flexed OwnIt to empower women to do good with their money. Where next for this exciting initiative?
Joanna Watson17 Nov 2020
Christian Graham explains how one community-owned electric car kickstarted a local green revolution in his hometown in North Wales.
Mark Thurstain03 Nov 2020
Mark Thurstain of Geofutures explains how they partnered with Friends of the Earth to plot the locations of potential Hope Spots in Bath and Bristol’s green belt