The ethos of the RCE Severn network recognises that by working in partnership, we can increase capacity and achieve more for sustainability, than we can by working in isolation. The RCE Severn network has over 150 organisations and members from a wide range of backgrounds. Each of them brings different skills, experience, and interest in driving sustainability forwards.
Joining the RCE Severn network is free, and you can be involved as a member or partner:
- Members: Receive the RCE Severn newsletter, and are invited to attend events and activities.
- Partners: Receive the RCE Severn newsletter and work with us more closely on projects and events.
More about our Partners
Explore the tiles below to see what some of our partners do, why they’ve joined the RCE and how they could help you:
Organisation focus: Caplor Horizons is a not-for-profit that works to inspire and enable leaders to deliver a sustainable future. Based in Herefordshire, UK, we work locally, nationally and internationally to support individuals, teams and organisations to be more effective through leadership, strategy and influence development.
Caplor Horizons and the SDGs: Through our work we contribute to reducing inequalities, promoting gender equality, decent work and economic growth and developing peace, justice and strong institutions. We achieve this through working in partnerships for the goals.
Caplor Horizons and RCE Severn: Caplor Horizons collaborated with RCE Severn to deliver a workshop with a range of individuals and third sector organisations from across the RCE Severn region that focused on developing resilience and strategy for sustainability.
How we can help you: We are always looking for new collaborations and ways in which we might be able to enable organisations to think differently about sustainability. We have a group of highly experienced Advisors who contribute their skills and talents to working with organisations to develop their effectiveness.
How you could help us: Get in touch if you’re thinking about developing the sustainability of your organisations, community or team and would be interested in partnering with other organisations. We are passionate about the power of collaboration in creating a movement for positive change!
Find out more: caplorhorizons.org
Organisation focus: Vision 21 is a sustainability charity focused on Gloucestershire. We provide local, voluntary opportunities for people to engage in environmental activities. We educate and encourage the public, businesses and local authorities to become more sustainable.
Vision 21 and the SDGs: Our work closely aligns with: SDG 13 (Climate Action), SDG 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities), SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production), SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy), and SDG 4 (Quality Education).
Vision 21 and RCE Severn: We are a key partner in Cheltenham’s Regeneration Repair Café and have been involved in other joint recycling initiatives involving art and textiles. We also contribute to the RCE Severn newsletter and help to network information.
How we can help you: We are always willing to collaborate on bids and to work in partnership with other organisations. We can also use our network to promote relevant events and activities.
How you could help us: Spread the word about what we do – follow us on Twitter @Vision21Glos
Find out more: vision21.org.uk
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Organisation focus: Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (GWT) wants more wildlife, more wild places and more people connected to the natural world. We create bigger, better and more connected places wild places, champion the value of what nature does for us and help more people to appreciate, enjoy and get involved with wildlife.
GWT and the SDGs: Our work contributes to the following goals by unlocking the potential of natural capital by protecting and enhancing Gloucestershire’s natural assets and supporting people to access the benefits of them: SDG 3 (Good Health and Wellbeing), SDG 10 (Reduced inequalities), SDG 11 (Sustainable cities and communities), SDG 13 (Climate action), SDG 14 (Life below water), SDG 15 (Life on land) and SDG 17 (Partnerships for the goals).
GWT and RCE Severn: We have been part of the steering group and benefitted from networking with potential partner organisations.
How we can help you: We are keen to explore collaborative projects and bids that can deliver our strategic objectives and those of other organisations.
How you could help us: Expertise on how we can demonstrate the wider benefits of our work for sustainable development, potential collaborations and resources for joint projects
Find out more: www.gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk