Greening your community
How we can help
Cambridgeshire ACRE can work with your community to help them tackle environmental issues and consider predicted climate changes impacts.
We have a staff team that has expertise and experience across water management, biodiversity, environmental volunteering and decarbonisation.
Our support and projects help enhance the natural environment, improve community green space, help communities plan for decarbonisation and net zero targets, as well as supporting communities with issues of flooding and considering local mitigating actions.
We are a key partner representing a community voice in Natural Cambridgeshire, Water Resources East and the Fens for the Future partnerships. Cambridgeshire ACRE is also proud to lead on a number of landscape-scale natural environment projects that are testing new ways of working and ensuring communities are placed at the centre of decision-making and changes through enabling opportunities for participation, volunteering and citizen science.
Whether its supporting your community to improve their local community green spaces or working with larger, multi-agency partnerships on countywide natural environment projects, our work is all about protecting and enhancing Cambridgeshire’s environmental assets and we welcome you getting in touch.
We can help your community to:
Here are a selection of case studies relating to our support for greening your community.
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News and publications
Cambridgeshire ACRE hosted an online briefing on the Queen’s Green Canopy initiative this morning (26 October). We were delighted to host this event for people
During September and October Cambridgeshire ACRE hosted three online engagement sessions on behalf of the Great Ouse Fens Technical Group of Flood Authorities setting out
Cambridgeshire ACRE’s Water Care project organised their second litter pick yesterday, taking their volunteers to the streets of Ramsey to give the village a tidy