Bioregional Annual Review 2015/16


Our Annual Review for 2015/16 maps our progress in helping our fantastic partners implement One Planet Living, and shares some of their own stories about what they’ve learned along the way.

B&Q One Planet Home Sustainability Review


B&Q  reduces the environmental impacts of its operations according to latest annual review.

Fremantle in Western Australia becomes world’s second One Planet City


Bioregional has endorsed the City of Fremantle as the first One Planet City in Australia.


A vision of a world in which people enjoy happy, healthy lives within their fair share of the earth’s resources, leaving space for wildlife and wilderness.

We champion a better, more sustainable way to live


We work with our partners to create better places for people to live, and work and do business.

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Our work

BedZED

Eco communities
Hackbridge, Sutton, UK

BedZED is the UK’s first large-scale, mixed use sustainable community with 100 homes, office space, a college and community facilities.…

Singita Serengeti

Eco communities, Leisure, sport and tourism, Natural environment
Tanzania, Africa

One of the world’s finest wildlife reserves is a One Planet Living Community, working to improve the lives of local…

NW Bicester

Eco communities, Regeneration & construction
Bicester, Oxfordshire UK

We’re helping to build the UK’s first Eco Town, setting new standards in sustainability, through a long-term partnership with a…

B&Q

Corporate advisory
UK

One of Bioregional’s longest-running and most important partnerships is with B&Q, the first One Planet Company. We’re entrusted with reviewing…

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What’s new

Join Bioregional and industry experts on 1 June in central London to discuss why the energy performance of new homes often falls short of design intent, and what can be done to close this gap.
1 June 2017 (5pm -  8.30pm) | Cundall, 1 Carter Lane, London, EC4V 5ER | Register via Eventbrite This free event will share the learning from BEPIT (Building Energy Performance Improvement Toolkit - www.bepit.org), a major research project on this issue, which was carried out on a large housebuilding site in Oxfordshire and funded by Innovate UK. Presentations from: • David Adams, Technical Director, Melius Homes (ex-Wilmott Dixon Energy Services) • Marylis Ramos, Read More
Gardens are good for wildlife and that’s great for us – new Bioregional and B&Q report
The UK’s 24 million gardens are becoming increasingly important for conserving our threatened wildlife. They also play a critical role Read More
We support the new Charter for Responsible Housing
Bioregional is backing the Good Homes Alliance's manifesto for new homes, launched at the Ecobuild conference and exhibition on 8 Read More
Businesses and Bioregional unite to back sustainable development
In an open letter to the Prime Minister, more than 80 businesses including Bioregional have united in a call on Read More
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Our approach

Creative
Thinking
Practical
Implementation
Research &
Evaluation
Scale up -
Policy &
Practice

The way we work is designed to deliver impact in everything we do with our partners.


Our best creative strategies and projects involve working with our local partners to make things happen and show what can be practically achieved, just as we did with BedZED.

We want to make a real difference, inspire others to do the same and work with our partners to make innovative and lasting changes happen.

We do this through the practical implementation of projects, using and applying our unique One Planet Living framework. We scale up our impact by influencing policy and practice.

We apply creative thinking to challenges that need a fresh perspective or where an entirely new approach is required.

We are always seeking to improve, so we measure, research and evaluate and, if necessary, adapt or amend our approach.

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One Planet Living

One Planet Living is our vision of a world in which people enjoy happy, healthy lives within the natural limits of the planet, wherever they live in the world, leaving space for wildlife and wilderness.

Our One Planet Living framework, based on ten easy-to-grasp principles, enables those we work with to plan for, communicate and deliver sustainable development. The framework provides a clear, practical route map for those who are seeking a better way to live and do business.


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