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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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.
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.
Low Carbon Communities Network

Low Carbon Communities Network

The Low Carbon Communities Network links, networks and supports the rapidly growing movement of climate change groups that are forming at local and community level. We encourage the adoption of low carbon and zero carbon technologies and lifestyles at a community level, and to enable groups engaged in this to be as effective and efficient as possible. We make the most of the opportunities that the web presents in building communities and sharing information online.
MEDSIN

MEDSIN UK

Medsin is a student network and registered charity tackling global and local health inequalities through education, advocacy and community action. We have over 30 branches in universities across the UK, many nationally run activities and several national working groups alongside collaborating with numerous external partner organisations both nationally and internationally.
NE-CAP

North East Call to Action on Poverty

North East CALL TO ACTION (‘NE-CAP’) is one of the country’s leading regional coalitions campaigning on global poverty and climate change. We have representatives in most North East constituencies and hope to soon secure complete coverage. All our officers are NGO staff or voluntary representatives and we seek to mobilise and coordinate support for their campaigning. We arranged coaches from every city, town and village in the NE (well, almost!) to London for The Wave in 2009.
Northfield Ecocentre

Northfield Ecocentre

Northfield Ecocentre is a Midlands based charity offering practical, inspiring ideas and advice on how to green up your lifestyle. We run a wide range of activities, workshops and events across a variety of themes including energy saving, home energy makeovers, organic gardening, sustainable transport, tree planting, recycling and much more.
OWW

One World Week

One World Week offers opportunities for people and organisations to come together at local events to explore how they can work together to build a more just, peaceful and sustainable world. OWW, working with partner organisations, mobilises local volunteers to organise events where people of diverse backgrounds can: acknowledge our interdependence; raise awareness of global inequalities and injustice and inspire action to increase equality, justice and sustainability, locally and globally. One World Week is around United Nations Day (24 October) but activity can take place at any time. OWW’s website offers opportunities to participate in SCC members’ campaigns.
Peopleriver

Peopleriver

Peopleriver works to engage more and more people - helping them take action on the campaigns and causes that they care about, by spreading the word and highlighting opportunities – locally, nationally and internationally. They build stronger relationships between organisations and their supporters by placing an emphasis on the many different ways in which people can participate, rather then just focusing on monetary donations. Together we are a real force for good.

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