Members

The Climate Coalition spans over 100 organisations, from environment and development charities to unions, faith, community and women's groups.

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Community Energy England

Community Energy England (CEE)

Community Energy England (CEE) was established in May 2014 as a not for profit organisation to provide a voice for the community energy sector and help create the conditions within which community energy can flourish. We do this by coordinating the grassroots work of our sector and by advocating for supportive policies at national and local levels. The ultimate beneficiaries of our work are the people in the communities served by our members, particularly those suffering from fuel poverty. Community energy is the fastest growing sector of the UK energy market, and CEE has been established specifically to support this growth, to help communities and companies to increase their presence in this sector, and to encourage new entrants.
CroydonRNN

Croydon Real Nappy Network

Croydon Real Nappy Network promotes modern reusable nappies in the Borough of Croydon by providing impartial information and advice about using washable nappies to prospective and existing cloth nappy users. Funds permitting, we offer £30 vouchers for nappies. Our motto is “Saving the planet from the bottom up!"
ctcscotland

CTC Scotland

At local level, CTC members form Member Groups which also have many of the attributes of a Cycling Club - organising runs, tours, competitive events and training, as well as campaigning for cycling at a local level. CTC Scotland brings together representatives of these Member Groups and other organisations to discuss and deal with matters relating to cycling in Scotland. There are many local cycling clubs and several cycle campaigning groups in Scotland and the rest of the UK. CTC is the one body which embraces all kinds of cycle use and interests.
Derby Climate Change Coalition

Derby Climate Change Coalition

The Derby Climate Change Coalition is a campaigning group that brings together a wide range of organisations and individuals, who support and want to take part in activities that inform, influence and raise awareness about the effects of global warming. It believes that it is only through the efforts and actions of the largest numbers of people will governments take the measures needed to address climate change.
fifediet

Fife Diet

The Fife Diet is a consumer network of people and communities passionate about local food and creating a low carbon sustainable food system. We are a voluntary association with a volunteer management committee and a small team of part-time, paid staff. We are funded by the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund and we have also received funding from Celebrating Fife and the Co-op Community Fund. We are also part of Nourish – Scotland’s Sustainable Food Network and Holyrood 350 peo¬ple from across Scot¬land who are actively work¬ing to reduce their com¬mu¬ni¬ties car¬bon foot¬print.
GlosCAN

GlosCAN

GlosCAN are a group of citizens of Gloucestershire who are extremely concerned about climate change and the impact on current and future generations. We are non-party-political and believe climate change is a non-party-political issue. We therefore believe that all people must work together on a local, national and international basis to solve the most urgent and damaging environmental problem of any generation at any time in history.
CEL

Green Christian

Ordinary Christians, Extraordinary Times: Green Christian (GC) believes we are responsible for our impact on God’s creation and helps members to understand and relate these responsibilities to their faith. GC works with those of any faith or none whose concern is for the well-being of, and justice for, the whole earth community. GC runs Ecocell 1 and 2: Lifestyle programmes for community groups to work towards low carbon discipleship, to lessen our impact on the earth and live more joyously on it.
ionacommunity

Iona Community

The Iona Community, is an ecumenical Christian community. Its members follows a five-fold rule, including 'acting in solidarity with victims of environmental injustice and supporting political and structural change to reduce our over-consumption of resources'. Programmes at our centres, (Abbey and MacLeod Centre on Iona and Camas on Mull) often focus on environmental and climate change issues. Camas is based on a simple lifestyle and environmental sustainability. It is powered by wind turbine and solar panels and has its own organic garden. On the mainland, we focus on these issues too in our work with young people.

Keep it in the Ground

Keep it in the Ground was established following a public meeting in 2013 with Duncan Clark, co-author of The Burning Question, about leaving fossil fuels in the ground. We are campaigning to bring this about. We are working to raise awareness, by running events locally, writing letters, producing information and speaking to people not usually involved with climate issues. We are a community group, part of Transition Town Lewes.
Leeds TIDAL

Leeds TIDAL

Debt, trade, pollution, biodiversity, resource depletion, water scarcity, food security, poverty, climate change… The number of big issues just keeps on growing, threatening our children’s futures and the lives of the most vulnerable people on the planet. That’s why we’re here. Tidal works to support, coordinate and grow global activism in Leeds. We believe that strong, diverse and united grassroots movements are vital to sustainable change, and it’s our mission to help global justice activists in this city be as effective as they can possibly be.

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