Case Study: Oxfam – Charity and Sustainability

About Oxfam Oxfam, founded in 1942, is a British registered charity, that raises money to help reduce inequality, injustice and poverty. The charity believe...

Case Study: Ikea Buyback Scheme

What is the Buyback Scheme? Ikea’s Buyback Scheme allows you to return your used and unwanted furniture in order to allow it to be sold again. In return for...

Case Study: Morrisons – How supermarkets are becoming sustainable

Morrisons like many other UK supermarkets are working towards becoming more sustainable to be in line with the UK Government’s goal to reach net zero by 2050....

English Heritage, Wrest Park and Sustainability – Sustainable Case Study

History of English Heritage Beginning in 1882, England’s heritage was overseen by the UK Government’s Office of Works, who were given the responsibility to...

Meryl Fabrics

How important is it to Meryl Fabrics as a company to be sustainable? It is important for all businesses to monitor what they’re doing from a sustainability...

Greggs launches first Eco-Shop to trial sustainable in-store initiatives

Firstly, congratulations on the opening of your new eco-shop in Great Billing, Northampton, please could you go into a little bit of detail about the...

Mackie’s of Scotland

Scotland has been identified as being the windiest country in Europe, with the other UK countries being not too far behind. Therefore, this makes Scotland one...

Greening Business Case Study

Kiku Boutique is a small handmade clothing and corsetry shop in Manchester City Centre. The boutique, now in its 14th year, has recently made changes to the...

Starting a Green Business – A Case Study

The Village Green is an organic shop and refillery in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, which opened during the pandemic in September 2021. We sat down with the owner,...

We have carefully curated a catalogue of case studies, showcasing companies who are providers of green products and services, alongside studies of businesses and organisations who are starting out on their green journey.

By exhibiting these studies, we aim to give you an in-depth and multi-faceted understanding of the complexities of greening your organisation, shining a light on the methods and processes involved.

Meryl Fabrics

Meryl Fabrics

How important is it to Meryl Fabrics as a company to be sustainable? It is important for all businesses to monitor what they’re doing from a sustainability perspective. It’s slightly different for Meryl Fabrics, because we built the business around sustainability...

Mackie’s of Scotland

Mackie’s of Scotland

Scotland has been identified as being the windiest country in Europe, with the other UK countries being not too far behind. Therefore, this makes Scotland one of the best places in Europe for effective renewable energy production from wind power. It is therefore...

Greening Business Case Study

Greening Business Case Study

Kiku Boutique is a small handmade clothing and corsetry shop in Manchester City Centre. The boutique, now in its 14th year, has recently made changes to the way they source materials in a bid to be a more sustainable company. We spoke to the owner, Lynn Mackay, to...

Starting a Green Business – A Case Study

Starting a Green Business – A Case Study

The Village Green is an organic shop and refillery in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, which opened during the pandemic in September 2021. We sat down with the owner, Ashley Harbour, to discuss the challenges and rewards of running a sustainable shop. What inspired you to...