University of Exeter
The University of Exeter combines teaching excellence and high levels of student satisfaction with research at campuses in Exeter and Cornwall. The University is a member of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities. In Cornwall the university supports 850 jobs and £73.4 million in economic outputs.
As lead partner for Tevi, the University employs a core set of staff tasked with managing the project, and brings a wealth of world class research expertise in the fields of environment, sustainability, innovation, engineering, energy, data, business, and economics.Visit site
The Cornwall Sustainability Awards (CSA) encourage, reward, and recognise the excellent work organisations and individuals are doing to improve their own sustainability while positively growing the natural environment in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Launched in 2002, the awards have a long history of identifying, celebrating and accelerating both the fledgling and the longstanding sustainability initiatives across the county, with many winners going on to receive recognition at national awards.
In 2018 the CSA were themed around the plastic waste issue, with a dedicated category focused on finding the initiatives and people that are most effectively tackling the plastic waste challenge.Visit site
Cornwall Council is a unitary authority, providing a wide range of services to more than half a million residents and over five million visitors a year. It was created on 1 April 2009 by merging Cornwall County Council and the six borough and district councils in Cornwall – Caradon, Carrick, Kerrier, North Cornwall, Restormel and Penwith.
As co-creator of the county’s Environmental Growth Strategy, the Council is committed to ensuring that our environment is naturally diverse, beautiful and healthy, supporting a thriving society, prosperous economy and abundance of wildlifeVisit site
Cornwall Wildlife Trust
For more than 50 years, Cornwall Wildlife Trust has worked to conserve and protect the county’s wildlife habitats and species, and to inspire people to enjoy and learn about nature. It manages 57 nature reserves, covering over 5,500 acres, and works with landowners, farmers and fishers to support the wildlife-friendly management of Cornish landscapes and seascapes. The Trust is responsible for an enormous monitoring and recording programme, allowing it to share knowledge, expertise and information. In Tevi, Cornwall Wildlife Trust has a key role in increasing the contribution to natural capital from our partner businesses.Visit site