The CLASP Network is a collection of organisations, businesses, community groups and Plymouth City Council teams all in support of learning for sustainability. We have adopted The 8 Doorways Model as an overarching tool for our joined-up approach to learning for sustainability and to demonstrate the importance of each sector working together to achieve sustainability for Plymouth.
Growing Sustainable Futures CIC administrates and coordinates The CLASP Network on behalf of the Executive Committee and Network Members. We welcome you to share, contribute and offer your support in the continual enhancement and development of the Network for Plymouth.
Rosamonde Birch (Chair) – Growing Sustainable Futures CIC
Michelle Virgo (Secretary) – Plymouth Social Enterprise Network & Growing Sustainable Futures CIC
Paul Elliott – Plymouth City Council: Low Carbon Team / Plymouth Energy Community
Karl Sweeney – Education Consultant (Citizenship/PSHE/RE)
Jane Ford – MVV Environment Devonport Ltd.
Jackie Young – Urban Agenda South West & Growing Sustainable Futures CIC