Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards success stories
Last year’s winners showcase a variety of real-life solutions to environmental problems and social issues, like food poverty or excessive waste.
No matter how large or small your initiative, apply for the Norwich and Norfolk Eco awards and we could be publishing your success story next year.
- Learning through nature was the ethos of East Ruston Primary School that involved all children in a range of outdoor activities
- Solar panels, a wind turbine and bio-mass boiler are just a few of the measures that Flegg High put in place to make sustainability central to school life
- Now the biggest car sharing community in the UK, Liftshare provides a free, public service that’s open to all
- Completely off-grid, Woodfruits provide their own energy, heat and water for the shiitake mushrooms they grow onsite
- Matt White makes a Norwich terraced house into an eco home, reducing carbon emissions and fuel bills
- Foodcycle started up in 2011 and since then has served 16,183 meals and diverted over 22 tonnes of food from going straight to landfill