Who we work for

The following are the range of organisations we have delivered programmes for.

You can read what they said about us here.


3KQ, Consultancy specialising in facilitation and stakeholder engagement.

Ashridge Business School

Associazione PAEA, Italy

Babylonia Language Consulting, Italy

British Foreign Commonwealth Office, Papua Indonesia, with the Universities of Oxford and Exeter

Brockwood Park School

College of Commerce, National ChangChi University, Taiwan

Danish Institute for Study Abroad

Dartmouth Academy

Department of Energy and Climate Change (UK National Government)

Field Studies Centre, Slapton Ley

Friends of the Earth, Belgium

Government of Chungcheongnam-do Province, Republic of Korea

Green Office Gardens, Netherlands

Habitat et Participation, Belgium

Hallsberg and Lekeberg Schools, Sweden

Institute Urbanisme de Paris, Université Paris Est Créteil Val de Marne

Korean Business delegation, in partnership with Friends of the Earth Korea

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Lunnevads Folkhogskola, Sweden

Meshworking, EU

National Government of Republic of Korea

Network for Social Change

NHS South West

Pays du Bessin au Virois, France, (a collective of local government officials and researchers) via our Vire Town Twinning programme

Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm.

Santa Coloma de Queralt High School and Transition Town, Catalonia

Schumacher College

SKKU University, South Korea

South Devon College

Something for Good, international networking and exchange of social innovators mainly between Asia and Europe.

Studienkolleg, Berlin

Torbay Council

Torquay Boys Grammar School

Torquay Girls Grammar School

Torquay Museum

Transition Network and various Transition Towns

Two Tomorrows, An international corporate sustainability agency

Transition Sweden, A group of independent garden business owners

University of Cardiff, Architecture

University of Bangor, Geography Department

Zeal Educational Tours and Trips, Argentina, via the Totnes School of English


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