GB&I Chapter

What a Wonderful World festival

From Thursday 23 to Sunday 26 June, you’re invited to join us in Alnwick for the inspiring What a Wonderful World festival – organised by the What a Wonderful World Group, which Alnwick Area Friends of the Earth is part of.

Everyone’s welcome – and you can expect 4 days of incredible events and activities spotlighting wonderfully creative solutions for a greener, safer future.

Enjoy environmental art exhibitions, storytelling, music and poetry performances, documentary screenings and all-important conversations about people and planet.

The festival takes place around Alnwick Playhouse and The Alnwick Garden and features brilliant speakers, guests and performers – including BBC Countryfile’s Tom Heap and comedian Kate Fox, as well as young people from the local area.

Find out more about what’s on and explore our exciting programme EXPLORE THE FULL PROGRAMME

Newsletter: April 2022 Volume 6 Issue 10

This Earth Day: How Rotarians Embrace Circular Economy

The COP26 Rotary Action

This year, we are reflecting on the international climate talks in Glasgow.

Below you will find an excerpt from the most recent day’s post where you can read more about the details and find links to all the posts.

Get Involved and TAKE ACTION

We need people like you to get involved and TAKE ACTION.

Whether it’s helping your club or joining a project as a volunteer, Rotary is here to catalyse solving the Environmental Challenges our world faces in communities around the world.

On June 25th 2020 Rotary International announced ‘ Supporting the Environment’ as our New Area of Focus.

As Rotary’s voice on the Environment in the Great Britain & Ireland region we at ESRAG GBI, need your support to help us maximise our impact on leaving a better world for future generations.

“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.”

- Native American Proverb

Come Join Us and Take Action, as we work to leverage the Rotary Brand and Global Network to build an environmental organization taking real action to help people and our planet thrive

You do not need to be a Rotarian to join ESRAG…

You just need to want to help take action ‘TO SUPPORT THE ENVIRONMENT’

What is ESRAG?

ESRAG is the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group that was instrumental in having ‘Supporting the Environment’ announced as the new Area of Focus for Rotary.

It was formed in 2015 and has ambitious plans to make a real difference in creating a world for future generations where our environment thrives.

Our membership includes Rotarians and the wider Rotary Family of Rotaractors, Interactors, Alumni and anyone else who cares to help us in our work towards a sustainable environment

ESRAG has divided the world into 13 Chapters of which ESRAG GB&I is one.

These regional chapters have been formed to allow members to work together in a more manageable group size but all chapters are working together with the same aims and objectives.

Want the global ESRAG website?