Getting things done

We like to get things done, to see delivery 'on the ground'.

So, if your business wants to embark on a project to meet your Corporate Social Responsibility aims or to create Shared Value, we can help.

With considerable and varied project management experience, we are well placed to support you to keep projects 'on track'. We offer a full service from project design and inception, through risk assessment and monitoring, to meeting schedules and delivery of your project objectives.


Negotiating to find common ground

Is a key part of managing large, multi-stakeholder projects. Richard is highly experienced in working at national and pan-European levels, where many different opinions need to be reconciled

Earth Matters can help to bring together diverse views to find a solution that meets your business needs and those of your suppliers and customers. We take the time to build trust and create an environment in which all partners feel empowered.

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We can help your project grow and meet its aims, supporting you every step of the way. 

Put yourself in safe hands. Bring the community along with you. Let us work in partnership to drive your project forward!

How can we help people to live a good life? Instead of trying to right what's wrong within a community Cormac argues we need to start with what's strong. We need to help people discover what gifts they have and to use those gifts to enrich those around them.

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Is an example of what can be achieved when volunteer effort comes together with support from local business

Community organisations, often supported by volunteer effort, can achieve great things in terms of social and environmental capital. We are well-placed to work with such groups to support their efforts to be more sustainable, and are skilled at matching their aspirations with those of businesses. Let us bring partners together to deliver shared value.

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Keep pedalling and  enjoy the journey as much as the destination

Take a new journey: you never know where it will lead. Switching from running marathons, but certainly not a serious road cyclist, Richard took on the Grand Fondo, Tour of Cambridgeshire in the Summer of 2016. He finished the 83 miles, before opting to cycle a further 10 miles to get home!