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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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.
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.
SCCAN

Scottish Communities CAN

Scottish Communities Climate Action Network is a grassroots network of community groups that are taking action on climate change. As a ‘community of communities’ we provide a shared vision and voice for our members and work to address barriers and challenges so as to enable communities to shape their own low-carbon future and promote local resilience and wellbeing.
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.
seabirdcentre

Scottish Seabird Centre

The multi-award winning Scottish Seabird Centre is located in North Berwick, East Lothian, overlooking the wildlife-rich waters of the Firth of Forth. A conservation and education charity, the organisation focuses on encouraging people to appreciate and care for wildlife and the environment. A world-leader in remote wildlife viewing, there are interactive live cameras on the world-famous Bass Rock, Isle of May National Nature Reserve, plus other harbours and islands. Visitors to the five star Discovery Centre can zoom in on the seasonal wildlife action and there are also boat trips, a gift shop and the Seabird Café.
scvo

SCVO

SCVO works in partnership with the voluntary sector to advance our shared values and interests. We have over 1400 members who range from individuals and grassroots groups, to Scotland-wide organisations and intermediary bodies. Through lobbying and campaigning SCVO works to advance the interests of our members and the people and communities that they support.
sead

SEAD

SEAD aims to challenge the causes of poverty, social injustice and environmental degradation; and to support the community-based movement for positive social change. We believe that dynamic communities have the power to make positive changes in our society. SEAD’s projects support people to become part of this change. We work with communities in Scotland and in the developing world to exchange ideas, knowledge and inspiration. We provide tools and support to turn this into action.
shareaction

ShareAction

ShareAction is an independent campaigning organisation, working to hold companies accountable to their real owners – the people who pay into a pension fund or ISA. The billions of pounds in our pensions mean that pension funds have a huge stake in UK businesses and this gives them an enormous influence over corporate behaviour. We campaign on human rights and environmental issues; from tar sands and Living Wage to Arctic oil and human trafficking.
South Seeds

South Seeds

South Seeds is a community organisation based in Glasgow at Govanhill. We aim to work in partnership with residents and organisations within the local community to help improve the look and feel of the area. Under the climate challenge fund South Seeds are further developing the project to increase energy awareness, support residents and groups to begin composting and helping people learn more about growing food and reducing the amount of waste that we produce.

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