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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Surfers Against Sewage

Surfers Against Sewage

Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is an environmental charity protecting the UK’s oceans, waves and beaches for all to enjoy safely and sustainably, via community action, campaigning, volunteering, conservation, education and scientific research. SAS projects target environmental issues affecting beaches including marine litter, sewage pollution, climate change, toxic chemicals, shipping and coastal development. SAS has over 50,000 active supporters across the UK.
Sustrans

Sustrans

Sustrans makes smarter travel choices possible, desirable and inevitable. We're a leading UK charity enabling people to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of the journeys we make every day. We work with families, communities, policy-makers and partner organisations so that people are able to choose healthier, cleaner and cheaper journeys, with better places and spaces to move through and live in.
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.
WSREC

WSREC

West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC) is working towards a fairer society where people can live, learn and work free from discrimination or fear. WSREC has over 45 years experience of engaging with some of the most diverse communities in Scotland. Our vision is to work towards a society free from discrimination. We run a number of diverse and innovative projects which address a gap in service or need amongst minority ethnic communities in the West of Scotland. WSREC’s environmental project is called the Cook, Grow, Sew and Change, which encouraging minority ethnic communities to adopt a low carbon lifestyle through measures such as, energy efficiency, low carbon food, zero waste textiles, growing food in urban spaces and eco driving. In its fourth year the aim of the project is to encourage long term behaviour change within minority ethnic communities, across all ages within Glasgow, North Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire.

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Spokes:

Spokes has written to Edinburgh City’s Transport Convener, Cllr Lesley Macinne...

John Ray Initiative:

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