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Fizz Bikes

Fizz Bikes is a local social enterprise which believes that the more people cycling, the better it is for everyone.

Finishing the solar installation at Knighton Community Centre

Knighton Community Centre

Knighton Community Centre now has a solar system up and running, consisting of an array of 72 panels, generating approximately 19,688 kWh every year. The system is going to make significant savings for the community centre and is the first step in making Knighton carbon neutral. Michael Harding, from the Community Centre management committee, said:


The Sylva Foundation

The Sylva Foundation is an environmental charity working nationwide to ensure Britain’s woodlands thrive for people and nature. The charity also seeks to encourage the innovative use of the sustainable products they produce. Naturesave helped to support the creation of a small community orchard planted with native fruit and nut trees.

humpback whale tail photo

Cetacean Research & Rescue Unit

A small charity in northeast Scotland dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises. This is done through scientific investigation & monitoring, environmental education, and the provision of a 24-hr veterinary service for sick, injured and stranded cetaceans.


Green Insurance Growth

We are delighted to announce that following our recent office move we have now expanded our team to twelve. From our new headquarters in Totnes, we will continue to provide insurances services across UK, as the country’s leading green insurance provider. See Founded by Matt Criddle in 1993, and winner of a Queen’s Award for


Trains, Flywheels and the Naturesave Trust

At the Global Light Rail awards earlier this year, one of this year’s winners was a light railway vehicle known as the Stourbridge Shuttle, linking Stourbridge town centre with National Rail services at Stourbridge Junction. You might wonder why Naturesave is blogging about trains winning awards? Firstly, the train in question is not an ordinary


The Naturesave Guide To Being Green

Welcome to the Naturesave guide to being green. We have researched the practical things you can do as an individual that will make the biggest difference. We’ve scoured the web and asked a few friends, in an effort to come up with the definitive list of the changes you can make that will have the most


In 2017, Will Green Clean Technology Save Us?

One of the few great success stories of 2016 was the ratification of the Paris agreement on climate change. However, it was not long before seismic political turmoil in the USA and the UK left many wondering if the Paris agreement would ever really happen. In the UK, it certainly felt as if climate change