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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999 Planet in Peril

999 Planet in Peril is an initiative to allow people to easily get involved in climate change campaigning and education. 999 Planet in Peril encourages people to organise local events to spread the word about climate change and has developed quizzes and games for use at home and in schools, like the ‘game for life’.
NUS

National Union of Students

NUS (National Union of Students) is a voluntary membership organisation which makes a real difference to the lives of students and its member students' unions. We are a confederation of 600 students' unions, amounting to more than 95 per cent of all higher and further education unions in the UK. Through our member students' unions, we represent the interests of more than seven million students.
New Environmentalist

New Environmentalist

We are non-profit society that campaigns on a wide range of environmental issues and offers advice to people volunteering in conservation projects around the world. We are London based however we work closely with volunteers and partners from South America to Eastern Europe, in areas that we believe have the best potential for eco-tourism.
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.
One World UK

One World UK

The OneClimate team focuses on supporting the climate movement, as an essential component of the work of the OneWorld Group. We are focusing our role more sharply now on pioneering media tools to support the climate movement. And that's what OneClimate is. We are innovating new tools and platforms that make it easier for us all to share information, actions and experiences with one another, to help us hang in there and keep moving forward.
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.
Operation Noah

Operation Noah

Operation Noah is an ecumenical Christian charity providing leadership, focus and inspiration in response to the growing threat of catastrophic climate change. Our current campaign Bright Now: towards fossil free Churches calls on the Churches and Christian community in the UK to disinvest from companies involved in the extraction of fossil fuels. We also work collaboratively with other Christian and faith groups active on climate change and provide resources and support to equip churches to respond to climate change.
Oxfam

Oxfam GB

Oxfam is a global movement of people who share the belief that, in a world rich in resources, poverty isn't inevitable. It's an injustice which can, and must, be overcome. We fight poverty at its roots, with simple, smart solutions. When injustice causes poverty, we stand against it. When disasters hit, we're ready around the clock to save and protect people, staying long after, leaving life better than before.
Peace Child International

PeaceChild International

Peace Child International empowers young people to inform themselves and then take action, to be the change they want to see in the world.
People and Planet

People & Planet

People & Planet is the largest student network in Britain campaigning to end world poverty, defend human rights and protect the environment. We’re a student-led movement that empowers young people with the skills, confidence and knowledge they need to make change happen, at home and globally.

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