Together, Ticking CO2 Off

What We Do

Educational Programmers:


Aimed at young people aged 11-18, this programme is perfectly adapted to the four Key Stages of the PHSE/Citizenship programme within the National Curriculum. It provides a curriculum context within which schools can offer planned and coordinated opportunities for pupils to explore attitudes and values and to develop knowledge, skills and understanding that support inclusion and appreciate nature and natural resources.

Environmental Programmers:

The implementation of a carbon emission off-setting project to part-fund an educational programme for the indigenous population of the Loreto Province of Peru. This is the most northern and largest region of Peru, consisting entirely of over a million hectares of rain forest and dense vegetation. The people in the region survive at a subsistence level.

Working with the regional government and two long-standing, locally based environmental agencies we are supporting a programme which aims to deploy local people into low-impact, sustainable alternative employment as well as making them aware of the need to conserve their environment. Managed forestry, replanting and fish-farming are all alternative sustainable sources of employment. Currently an estimated 250,000 hectares of forest are slashed and burnt each year, with people being paid barely 15p a tree.

Research Programmes:

Contributing towards the development of a body of knowledge and identifying best practices, particularly in supporting sustainable development for impoverished communities and Educational Programme for appreciation of diversity.

Who We Are


Sir Kenneth Dover
Chancellor Emeritus St. Andrews University (1982-2006) - President

Lord Dick Taverne QC
Formerly Home Office Minister and Financial Secretary to the Treasury - Chairman

Mr. Richard Rampton QC
Leading British libel lawyer, titled the king of the libel Bar

Lord Shaukat Khan
Former Lord Sheriff of Nottingham

Reverend Ryder Whalley

Mr. Leon Menzies Racionzer MA

Dr. Martin Corner


Professor Hamid Aghvami

Lord Nazir Ahmed
Labour member of the House of Lords. Life peer of Rotherham in the County of South Yorkshire 1998

Professor Alison Assiter

Dr. Martin Corner

Sir Kenneth Dover, FRSE, FBA
Distinguished British academic who was Chancellor of the University of St. Andrews from 1981 until his retirement in December 2005.History: Chancellor Emeritus, University of St Andrews

Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary

Professor Anthony Flew

Professor Costantino Giorgetti

Professor Daniel W. Hardy

Patricia Lascelles
Countess of Harewood

Stephen Lloyd
Senior Partner BWB, Chairman Charity Law Association (2006).

Dr Eva Novotny

Lord Bhikhu Chhotalal Parekh
Labour Member of the House of Lords. Life peer of Kingston upon Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Anne-Marie Piper
Founder and Current Chair of the Charity Law Association. She is a Partner in Farrar & Co.

Professor Jack R Pole MA (MA Camb, PhD Princeton), FBA, FRHistS

Mr. Leon Menzies Racionzer, MA, RGN, ONC (hon)

Mohammed Sarwar
Former Labour Member of Parliament for Glasgow Central, Scotland. Was the UK’s first Muslim MP.

Mr. Sharouh Sharif
Former Director of Political Affairs, United Nations Peacekeeping mission, Congo.

Lord Dick Taverne QC
In 1996 he was created a life peer as Baron Taverne, of Pimlico in the City of Westminster

Professor Alex Whinnom

Professor Stephen Whittle, OBE, PhD