Hiya While we don't work specifically with Greenpeace at the moment we do work with a really wide variety of other Environmental Groups and NGOs. For all the things we may get wrong or right i'm proud to say we're really committed to partnership working with NGOs so i thought i'd give you a flavour of some of what we do below... On a national scale there's a really effective collection of eNGOs called the Blueprint for Water - which includes the likes of WWF, Friends of the Earth, RSPB, MCS and the Angling Trust. As the name suggests they're all focussed on water-based issues and we work closely with them when devising our five year business plans and were one of the first groups to sign up to their shared principles. We also share relevant bin-it campaign details with them and they're very good at promoting our shared messages when they can. On a local scale we fund and do alot of work with groups like Thames 21 - who work with communities across Greater London to improve our rivers, canals, ponds and lakes for people and wildlife. They've been really influential at raising awareness about wet wipes through their regular foreshore clean ups. I'm actually off to see them later today to talk about London Rivers Week! We also work with specialist groups on specific issues, for instance in the Autumn we funded a plastic-free-periods campaign with the Women's Environmental Network to help raise awareness about plastic pollution, bin-it behaviour and period poverty. As Peta has said we're always on the look out for new partners and new ways to get our communicate our story to the public, so ideas like reaching out to the likes of Greenpeace are really welcome :-) thank you!
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