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Let’s swap together for good

Every year, we work with a range of exciting partners to help make the Great Big Green Week as great, as big and as green as possible! Organisations from BT, to the FA to the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, have got involved – and we’d love to work with even more of you in 2024! 

The Great Big Green Week is an opportunity to show your support for nature and tackling climate change – and to spread the word about what swaps your business or organisation is making to protect our planet for future generations.

By taking part in the Great Big Green Week, you will be joining hundreds of thousands of individuals, businesses, community groups and organisations in an explosion of activity celebrating the heartfelt, brave, everyday swaps being taken to stand up for nature and protect our climate.

Want to get your
organisation involved
in the Great Big Green Week?

There are a number of ways your organisation can get involved in the Great Big Green Week this year. You could…

Run a Great Big Green Week swaps event for your staff or customers.

Host a Great Big Green Week activity or promotion for your supporters.

Tell your stories on social media about what swaps your business is making to create a cleaner, greener world.

And much more! Keep an eye on this page for more inspiration coming soon, or get in touch with us at

Business swaps

BT Group swaps street cabinets to electric charging points

BT Group has launched its first electric vehicle (EV) charging unit built from a street cabinet traditionally used to store broadband and phone cabling. The project will help people across the UK swap old, polluting cars for EVs.

Partnership Example

We were so pleased to partner with Running Out of Time for Great Big Green Week 2023!

Running Out of Time took place between 10th June and 11th July, and saw thousands of runners, walkers, wheelers and cyclists relay 2,300km from Ben Nevis to Big Ben – all in the name of climate action and the natural world!

The relay travelled through 50 cities and towns  – and a range of National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – visiting initiatives of every scale that confront the climate crisis and preserve, restore and protect our nature and wildlife.

It featured historic landmarks, stunning natural sites, schools, universities, community projects, cutting edge technology and sporting venues. And a host of different and crazy ways to move the baton were ran, walked, cycled, swum, surfed, paddled, skied, para-glided, dragon boated and Morris danced along the way!