Guiding businesses to a sustainable future

Launched to coincide with Bristol’s year as European Green Capital in 2015, Go Green is a scheme supporting businesses, charities and organisations of all shapes and sizes. It’s a unique opportunity to show the world that our region leads the way in sustainable business practice.

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Go Green 2016 Awards

To celebrate all the achievements of Go Green members since the launch, we held an awards ceremony on 18th February 2016. Find out who won!

Upcoming events

Business Green Week

–6pm, Bristol

From 11th - 19th June 2016 as part of Big Green Week, Business Green Week sponsored by Alder King is an opportunity to encourage more businesses in the South West to spend one week adopting greener business practices through fun activities.

Latest blogs

Folly Farm: Bringing the Wild into Work!

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On May 6th we were joined by delegates at Folly Farm to explore how they have achieved Gold status for the Green Tourism Award and discover how businesses can get involved in corporate volunteering... Read on to find out more.

Apply for a Summer Internship with Low Carbon South West!

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Are you a UWE undergraduate with a passion for sustainability? we are looking for three interns to work with us as we undertake an exciting new programme of activities coinciding with the opening of the Future Economy Centre. Applications are open now!

The Business Breakfast Digest – How to make your building greener

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Working with old, historical buildings to improve their sustainability can be challenging. This Business Breakfast explored how to make buildings greener. Read on to be inspired by stories of creative collaborations and advice on how to rethink your approach to waste and resources.

Latest case studies

Children’s PlayPods benefit from Go Green network collaboration

Published on in Energy and Efficiency by Rachel Quinn, Skanska.

Children’s Scrapstore and Skanska explore working in partnership for a project where surplus materials from Skanska’s school development Projects could be sent to the Children’s Scrapstore and used to stock the PlayPods. Read more on for more on the impact of this relationship.