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One planet

One Planet is a climate action project run by Innovate Trust and funded by The National Lottery Community Fund’s Sustainable Steps Programme.

The project encourages adults with Learning Disabilities to learn about climate change and teaches them how to take climate action at home and in the community.


About the project

This is a 3-year project running until August 2026.

Project activities are a combination of online training and in-person sessions with the aim of teaching participants about climate change and how to reduce their carbon footprint. Online activities are available to access via Insight, our accessible social media App. In-person sessions take place in people’s own homes and gardens, as well as in community spaces.

Our activities are mainly free of charge, and we encourage anyone to join – no matter what your previous experience or support needs are.

Please contact our Skills and Wellbeing team to for more information.

Project activities

Project activities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Tree planting
  • Energy audits in the home
  • Learning about climate friendly travel
  • Online training sessions to understand climate change
  • Learning how to reduce, reuse, recycle and repair
  • Attending repair cafes and community borrowing schemes
  • Learning cooking techniques to limit food waste
  • Carbon friendly gardening lessons such as how to grow your own food and drought resistant planting
  • Learning about home composting and wormeries
  • Creating videos to teach others about climate action

Why join one planet?

  • You will learn about climate change
  • You can learn how to reduce your carbon footprint
  • Help the planet
  • Learn some practical skills, like how to repair broken items or how to plant trees
  • You can meet new people and make new friends

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