This post is by Jon Cracknell, co-author of a new report from the Environmental Funders Network (EFN).
At the end of November the EFN published Passionate Collaboration?, aggregating the responses of 140 UK environmental organisation chief executives to an EFN survey carried out earlier this year. Many of the largest groups in the sector took part, along with smaller more specialised organisations. To our knowledge, this is the first time that a survey of this kind has ‘taken the pulse’ of the sector. Read more
Funders spend almost as much on water vole conservation as holding the global oil industry to account
This is a guest post by Jon Cracknell, a member of the Environmental Funders Network (EFN) steering group and manager of the Goldsmith family’s philanthropy, and Nick Perks, co-ordinator of EFN.
The fifth edition of Where the green grants went, published in January 2012 by the Environmental Funders Network (EFN), shows that environmental issues continue to receive just three per cent of overall UK philanthropy. The research also shows that, over the three financial years from 2007 to 2010, funding from the 147 trusts covered by the report has plateaued at around £75 million per year.