We have partnerships with companies from across business and industry that support key areas of our work.
For more than 25 years Land Rover has been supporting the Society's fieldwork and expedition activities, from providing vehicles and expertise, to funding outreach and training. Today they provide the Land Rover Bursary.
In addition to the Bursary, Land Rover’s partnership supports Geography Outdoors: the centre supporting field research, exploration and outdoor learning. Land Rover provides financial support and the loan of a Freelander 2 TD4_e featuring Stop/Start technology for the Society to visit field centres, universities and secondary schools; supporting the Society’s work to put well-planned, safely run, quality fieldwork that benefits students’ learning and personal development at the centre of geographical education. Their funding helps run the annual ‘Explore’ weekend and subsidises delegates to attend Land Rover Off-Road Driver Safety courses.
Together the two organisations offer an annual Land Rover Bursary. The grant provides the loan of a Land Rover 110 Defender vehicle and a bursary of £30,000 to fund a team of people to support a geographical journey. The aim of the journey is to challenge and inspire the team’s geographical understanding of a particular environment, where the use of a 110 Defender is essential to the trip.
In working with the Society, Land Rover continues to provide four-wheel drive leadership, encouraging the pursuit of knowledge and understanding of environments and societies in a safe and responsible way.
Land Rover holds sustainability at the core of its business activity, including sponsoring partners such as the Society.
Together with sister company, Jaguar, Land Rover is investing £800m into environmental innovation which includes the development of electrification technology, and the use of lightweight material.
Carbon dioxide generated by Land Rover manufacturing activities and customer vehicle use is balanced through an industry leading offset programme run by ClimateCare.
The programme operates in the UK, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Austria and other international markets.
As one of Land Rover’s Conservation Partners, the Society is proud to be part of the company’s sustainable development policy through its Conservation and Humanitarian Projects.
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