Innovation Exchange to green public services

March 18, 2010 at 11:11 am Leave a comment

Innovation Exchange has published its spring 2010 newsletter, with updates on the project’s work and many of the third sector innovations it is supporting.  The newsletter includes details of the launch of the Exchange’s Green Next Practice programme, which will identify third sector innovations with the potential to green public services and help them to develop and grow their work.

The newsletter also features the launch of Freshwell – which will support the creation of food co-operatives across the UK – and Gatemate – a Prince’s Trust project seeking to ensure that 18-25 year-olds are met at the gate by mentors on release from prison.

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By John Craig

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