We’re here to support professionals who are doing sustainability — and we’re guessing you are too. Collaboration is part of the ethos of sustainability, and it’s how we want our business to grow.
Every partnership is unique. We’re open-minded about exactly what kind of partnership we have with you — we’re flexible and willing to see long-term benefits. In partnerships for sustainability, everyone wins.
Talk to us! Email email@example.com
* Some of our partnerships include discounts for Dō community members — e.g. on training courses or event registration fees — so please keep visiting this page and our events page to keep up to date.
Come and see our books at the following NHS Sustainability Day events:
Sustainability Day Roadshow – Coventry 15 January 2015
Sustainability Day Roadshow – Gloucester 5 Feb 2015
Sustainability Day Roadshow – London 25 February 2015
** Any employee of the NHS can access our books via a free trial platform. Contact Gudrun Freese for more details.
Members of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability receive discounts on our books and subscriptions.
** For more information visit the ICRS members’ page.
Members of Acre Bench receive discounts on our books, and we are also delighted to be running a series of blogs, written by members of Acre Bench. Interested? Here’s the brief:
Calling all bloggers! Acre Bench is partnering with Dō Sustainability on a series of ten blogs. The Dō-Acre Bench Blog Series aims to capture expert insights with practical value, and it aims to express them succinctly — in 500 words or less. Each blog should focus on one narrowly-defined sustainability issue or challenge, and offer a practical ‘hack’, tip, insight, statistic or solution. Got something up your sleeve? Please send a short pitch to Gudrun Freese.
** To access discounts please visit your member page on the Acre Bench website.
Do Sustainability is the Publishing Partner of Resource Event, the world’s largest Circular Economy event. What does our partnership involve? In 2014 we launched the first annual Great Big Circular Economy Survey, developed with contributions from Forum for the Future, Circular Economy Task Force and others.
We’re looking forward to using this annual survey to help track our progress towards a circular economy, and identify information gaps for our publishing.
As a thank you to anyone who completed the first annual survey, we sent out discount vouchers for our first Circular Economy book — The Guide to the Circular Economy — which is now published and available.
**Come and see us at the Resource Event, 3 – 5 March 2015, in London. (Co-located with EcoBuild 2015)
IEMA has been a supportive partner to us both in terms of reaching out to their members, and in editorial discussions. IEMA members also get discounts on our books.
The Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA) is the UK’s leading environmental professional association and is dedicated to creating a sustainable future through environmental skills, knowledge and thought leadership. It is an independent and international, not for profit organisation that represents the views of 15,000 environmental professionals worldwide.
**Go to www.iema.net to find out more.
Dō Sustainability is very pleased to be partnering with ISIS Academy, which is headed up by Alan Atkisson and Axel Klimek. Through this partnership we can bring our community members special rates on ISIS Academy master classes. For more information visit the ISIS Academy Master Class webpage.
**Mention Dō Sustainability for an additional 10% discount off the early bird registration rate.
Centre for Sustainability and Excellence
The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence is accredited by IEMA to provide training to CSR professionals and is also a GRI certified training provider and stakeholder. They have trained and coached over 5,000 professionals from five continents through on-site, online and group training services in areas such as corporate social responsibility, carbon footprint analysis, life cycle analysis and climate change leadership.
Our partnership with CSE includes discounts for Dō community members.
**Visit the CSE website for more information.
We’re extremely pleased to announce a new partnership with the Brazil-based Eight Sustainability. Eight hosted Sustainable Brands Rio in 2013, and is involved in exciting initiatives with Futerra, Forum for the Future, Social Media Influence and other partners. Stay tuned for more about our partnership activities with Eight.
** Visit the Eight Sustainability webpage for more information about this dynamic new sustainability platform.
Change Agents UK is an organisation committed to employability and establishing a positive future for today’s graduates and young people. They work in partnership with organisations across Europe to drive forward sustainability projects and provide training and support to graduates, enabling them to become ‘change agents’.
Dō Sustainability and Change Agents have teamed up to offer Anne Augustine’s DōShort The First 100 Days on the Job: How to Plan, Prioritise and Build a Sustainable Organisation to the graduates in their placement programmes.
** Visit the Change Agents website to sign up to their alerts and find out more.
Association of Sustainability Practitioners
ASP aims to help propel society on its journey towards sustainability, providing a place for sustainability practitioners to connect, to support, to challenge, to question, to listen, to learn, to share – a place where the wisdom for this new journey can evolve and be nurtured. ASP is an association of individuals. We do not have corporate membership – it’s people who make decisions, not organisations, and it’s people who put them into action. ASP helps individuals be more aware and conscious of their choices and the impact these choices have on others.
Find out more about ASP here.