Since 2012 we have run over 50 projects in more than 100 localities in over 15 countries in Europe, the Middle East
and the Arctic. Below are some illustrative examples. We've directly worked with c.6000 individuals (3000+ young people) and over 650 organisations.
Indirectly we've reached a further 25,000 people in 110 countries.
Our current strategic focus is on sustainable transitions through greening the environmental impact of technology, at scale.
Adora Foundation Incubation Lab
An initiative to identify early Proof of Concept projects with high impact potential and help them reach scale.
For our first cohort we partnered with the Green Software Foundation to welcome a selection of award winning
and outstanding projects from CARBONHACK22.
We believe these projects have the potential to make a measurable difference on a global scale.
The Adora Foundation partnered with the International Environment Forum to host a hybrid event
comprising high level panels on climate focused governance, biodiversity, engineering, health and
community resilience. You can view the recorded talks and get information on the speakers at
the event page we created for the 4 day programme.
Theatre as Community Catalyst
A powerful, evidence-based play combining mime and storytelling designed for non-cognitive impact, applied
as a catalyst for individual empowerment and community mobilisation in a poor neighbourhood of Newport,
In the course of 3 weeks the process gave birth to a peer education project with older youth,
3 separate community film projects, and networks and friendships across pre-existing barriers. Several
individuals referred to profound and lasting personal impact. These processes were sustained well after the
end of the intervention
Suicide Prevention Through Resilience Education
A 2 year, peer-education programme in the suicide capital of the world. Combining an academic literature
review with in-depth action research and co-design with Greenlandic/Inuit young people, teachers, elders and
agencies, together we developed a wide ranging resilience intervention.
This included a peer
education programme outside school, in-school workshops and resilience classes delivered by trained youth
facilitators, and media campaigns. The impact was wide ranging and deep, and earned praise from the
President of Greenland.