The RoundView has been developed from and acknowledges a great deal of earlier work by many others without which it could exist in its current form. Additionally, we would like to express gratitude to the organisations and individuals that have supported the development of the RoundView, through direct contributions or through funded research opportunities*.

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has funded development of new graphics and educational resources for training the RoundView.

The RoundView has been developed in action research in the School of Environment and Development at the University of Manchester, funded by the following organisations:
Sustainable Consumption Institute
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
Mersey Basin Campaign
Newlands Project (North West Development Agency and Forestry Commission)
Irk Valley Project
Environment Agency
Manchester City Council

The development of learning resources on this website were partially funded by a grant from the Centre for Excellence in Enquiry-Based Learning at the University of Manchester.

The following organisations have generously supported the development of the RoundView:
UMI3, the University of Manchester’s innovation company
Williams Architecture

* Please note that these organisations do not necessarily endorse the RoundView nor opinions on this website.