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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A Rocha

A Rocha

A Rocha UK is a Christian charity working for the protection and restoration of the natural world, both as a response to the biblical mandate to care for the earth, and as a demonstration of the Christian hope for God’s world. They do this through practical involvement in nature conservation projects and ecological research, by campaigning on biodiversity issues, and by engaging with churches, schools, communities and individuals.
MRDF

All We Can

All We Can, the Methodist relief and development partner, helps people in some of the world’s poorest communities to become all that they can, by investing in partnerships that improve quality of life and create positive, long-term change for individuals, families and nations.
Jhub

Big Green Jewish

Big Green Jewish brings together a range of Jewish organisations to work towards a more sustainable future and use of our precious earth’s resources. We do this by providing educational resources linking Jewish teaching with contemporary environmental topics, such as our edible garden and carbon ration resources. We also share materials and campaign information, including SCC campaigns, with our supporters and run activities for young people and adults at synagogues and schools.
British Humanist Association

British Humanist Association

Humanists for a Better World (www.h4bw.org.uk) is a "special interest" sub-group, run by volunteers and mainly web-based, of the British Humanist Association (www.humanism.org.uk), the national charity working on behalf of non-religious people who seek to live ethical and fulfilling lives on the basis of reason and humanity.
CAFOD

CAFOD

CAFOD is the official Catholic aid agency for England and Wales. We work with partners across the world, wherever the need is greatest, to bring hope, compassion and solidarity to poor communities, standing side by side with them to end poverty and injustice. We work with people of all faiths and none. We work with more than 500 partners overseas, and with partners in the UK - all working to reduce poverty. Inspired by Scripture and Catholic Social Teaching, and the experiences and hopes of people living in poverty, CAFOD works for a safe, sustainable and peaceful world.
CEL

Christian Ecology Link

Ordinary Christians, Extraordinary Times: Christian Ecology Link (CEL) believes we are responsible for our impact on God’s creation and helps members to understand and relate these responsibilities to their faith. CEL works with those of any faith or none whose concern is for the well-being of, and justice for, the whole earth community. CEL 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.
cofs

Church of Scotland

The Church of Scotland is concerned that climate change poses a serious and immediate threat to people everywhere, particularly to the poor of the earth; and that climate change represents a failure in our stewardship of God's creation. We accept the need to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases urgently to avoid dangerous and irreversible climate change; and to promote a more equitable and sustainable use of energy.
Columbans JPIC

Columban JPIC

We are Columban priests and lay missionaries, called to be a missionary presence in Britain and work for Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation. Climate Change is a priority issue, and indeed is seen as a challenge to be missionary in a new ways in the 16 countries where Columbans work.
Commitment for Life

Commitment for Life - United Reform Church

Commitment for Life is the world development programme of the United Reformed Church. It encourages participating churches to take action, pray and give for people across the world but especially in our four partner countries of Bangladesh, Jamaica, Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory and Zimbabwe. We work in partnership with Christian Aid and The World Development Movement raising over half a million pounds a year from contributing churches.
ecocongregations

Eco-congregation Scotland

Eco-Congregation Scotland is an ecumenical movement which helps churches link environmental issues to their faith and take action in their church and local community. We are concerned about the impact climate change is having on the world's poorest people. We believe that faith can be an important motivator in behaviour change and are working to harness this to reduce Scotland's carbon emissions. There are currently 286 Eco-Congregations in Scotland. 100 of these hold the independently assessed Eco-Congregation Award.

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