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

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transitionlinlithgow

Transition Linlithgow

Transition Linlithgow formed in 2008 primarily on the issue of Climate Change and the lack of local action. Since then, we have become a registered charity and official members of the global Transition network focusing on efforts which boost community resilience and sustainability. T.L. have created allotments, planted orchards, encouraged home insulation, raised the profile of local food, given energy advice to residents, project managed installation of hundreds of solar panels, assessed the need for improved sustainable travel infrastructure, operated an eco-advice centre and worked with local organisations to raise awareness of climate change, peak oil and economic contraction.
Transition Town Berkhamsted

Transition Town Berkhamsted

Transition Town Berkhamsted are taking action so their town remains a vibrant place, both for now and into the future. They are making the town able to carry on regardless of external shocks, such as recessions, commodity price rises and climate change. Berkhamsted will be an example of what is possible, to help others get over their inertia, leading the way from high-carbon to low-carbon. TTB is part of the Transition Network, with over 1000 similar grass roots initiatives spread over the world.
Transition Town Kingston

Transition Town Kingston

The Transition Movement began in Totnes 2005 with the aim of encouraging communities to "transition" to a low-carbon, healthier, happier future, and reached Kingston upon Thames in 2008. Since then, Transition Town Kingston has nurtured several practical sustainability projects and shown films and held discussions and other events to raise local awareness of energy issues and climate change, while a management team tries to coordinate all this activity.
WinACC

Winchester Action on Climate Change

Founded in 2007, Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) is a fast growing and effective network of local people, businesses, organisations and leaders, not aligned to any political party. We work together to tackle climate change and transform Winchester into a low carbon district where people consume only their fair share of the earth’s resources, and where our lifestyles are not jeopardising the wellbeing of our children and grandchildren.
The W.I.

Women's Institute

The National Federation of Women’s Institutes (NFWI) is an educational, social, non-party political and non-sectarian organisation. It was established to ensure that women are able to take an effective part in their community, to learn together, widen their horizons, improve and develop the quality of their lives and those of their communities and together influence local, national and international affairs on issues that matter to members. The NFWI is the largest women’s organisation in the UK with some 210,000 members in 6,500 Women’s Institutes across England, Wales and the Islands.

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