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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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John Ray Initiative

The John Ray Initiative (JRI) is an educational charity with a vision to bring together scientific and Christian understandings of the environment in a way that can be widely communicated and lead to effective action. It was formed in 1997 in recognition of the urgent need to respond to the global environmental crisis and the challenges of sustainable development and environmental stewardship.
Preserve the Rainforest

Preserve the Rainforest Guyana Campaign

We are a small independent campaign group of volunteers. Millions of acres of Guyana rainforest, a vital carbon sink in the climate system and vital biome, are at threat. We as a group have campaigned on behalf of rainforest retention in Guyana.
Progressio

Progressio

For the communities we work alongside in 11 countries worldwide, climate change is also water change. And water’s vital for development. That’s why we support small-scale farmers to grow drought-resistant crops, or reduce their vulnerability to flooding. And why we work with public authorities to make sure fair and sustainable access to water for people in poor communities is a priority from Peru to Yemen. And it’s why we successfully lobbied for action on water to be included in the UNFCCC process. We also work throughout the UK to change lifestyles and policies with our brilliant community of supporters. We’re Progressio. People powered development.
Quaker PSW

Quaker Peace and Social Witness

Quaker Peace & Social Witness (QPSW) is a hub for local and national Quaker action for peace and justice and is committed to nonviolent social change. It supports Quaker witness in local communities and represents Quakers at a national level to parliament, government and the general public. The sustainability work carried out by QPSW aims to support Quakers in Britain to make real their commitment to become a low-carbon, sustainable community. It also supports Quakers to campaign about climate change, and engages politically on behalf of Quakers on issues of sustainability and peace.
Quest

Quest For Future Solutions

QUEST is now developing a programme of climate positive ‘green heartgratitude walks’ – the first was in partnership with the Women’s Institute; then to Balcombe walking from the 10:10 office in Camden; Caroline Lucas MP received her green heart in November and the next walk starts on December 9 from Oxford, along the River Thames to a London venue to meet with Christiana Figueres who has agreed to participate. The presentation will be in 2017 as this walk will be done in stages; completing a walk started by Satish Kumar from the source of the River Thames to Oxford.
restless development

Restless Development

Restless Development is the youth-led development agency working in 10 countries across Africa, Asia, the UK and USA. Our vision is for young people to be at the forefront of change and development, taking on leadership roles to address the most urgent issues facing their communities, countries and world. Our strength comes from being led by young people, from the boardroom right through to the field.
RSPB

RSPB

The RSPB is the largest wildlife conservation charity in the UK. With more than a million members and nearly 20,000 volunteers together we speak out for nature. It says Birds in our title, but we're also about other wildlife — it's all interconnected and you can't help one thing without helping all the others too. We work around the world, from people's back gardens to the ferocious southern oceans, saving species from extinction, protecting special places for wildlife, and motivating people to add their voice to ours.
Salvation Army

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and charity. We put our beliefs into practice through a programme of practical action, serving our communities, supporting those in need and fighting for social justice.
sciaf

SCIAF

SCIAF (Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund) is Scotland’s leading international aid and development agency. We work in over 15 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America responding to humanitarian disasters and providing some of the world’s poorest people with practical support so that they can work their way out of poverty and towards a better life. Here in Scotland we campaign to address the root causes of poverty and injustice so that we can create a fairer world for all people.
SGR

Scientists for Global Responsibility

Scientists for Global Responsibility (SGR) is an independent UK-based membership organisation of about 900 natural scientists, social scientists, engineers, IT professionals and architects. We promote science, design and technology that contribute to peace, social justice, and environmental sustainability. SGR carries out research, education and advocacy work focused on four main issues: security and disarmament; climate change and energy; who controls science and technology; and emerging technologies.
SEC

Scottish Episcopal Church

The Scottish Episcopal Church is a welcoming and inclusive Church that traces its history back to the beginnings of Christianity in Scotland. We are part of the world-wide Anglican Communion - a family of some 70 million Christians in more than 160 countries. The vulnerable and those in need are of particular concern to us. Justice, peace, and the care of the environment are also areas in which our members are actively involved. As a church we support a variety of mission and development projects at home and overseas.

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