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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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.
Tikambilanie

Tikambilanie - Sustainable Communication

Rather than claiming to have answers, Kamoto and The Green Living Movement offer a technique for exploring a situation that enables people to come together and work to improve it. In some senses a simple approach, it is versatile enough to deal with the subtleties that occur when dealing with habits, tradition and differing cultures. Great respect is given to the individuality of each situation, which is why Tikambilanie wants to work with existing organisations, exchanging ideas and techniques. through practical examples .
Tipping Point Film Fund

Tipping Point Film Fund

Tipping Point Film Fund supports powerful cinema documentaries with strong call to action campaigns. We are a not for profit co-operative raising donations from individuals, groups and organisations in order to provide development and production funding, as well as campaign outreach support to each film. Our Primary Sponsor is The co-operative.
transformscotland

Transform Scotland

Transform Scotland campaigns for a society where everyone can have their travel needs met within the limits of a transport system that is environmentally sustainable, socially inclusive and economically responsible. We are the only organisation in Scotland making the case for sustainable transport across all modes. We have a membership of over 60 organisations across Scotland, including public transport operators, local authorities and sustainable transport voluntary organisations. Transform Scotland is a registered charity, politically independent, science-based and strictly not-for-profit.
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.
Transition Town Berkhamsted

Transition Town Berkhamsted

Transition Town Berkhamsted are taking action so their town remains a vibrant place, both for now and into the future. They are making the town able to carry on regardless of external shocks, such as recessions, commodity price rises and climate change. Berkhamsted will be an example of what is possible, to help others get over their inertia, leading the way from high-carbon to low-carbon. TTB is part of the Transition Network, with over 1000 similar grass roots initiatives spread over the world.
UKYCC

UK Youth Climate Coalition

The UK Youth Climate Coalition aims to inspire, empower, mobilise and unite young people to take positive action on climate change for a cleaner, fairer future. We believe that to tackle climate change we need an inspiring vision of how we want the world to be and a movement that anyone can feel part of. At the UKYCC we place an emphasis on issues which relate closely to young people as part of a wider, cross-generational movement for change.
UNA

UNA-UK

The United Nations Association - UK (UNA-UK) is the UK's leading source of independent analysis on the UN, and a UK-wide grassroots movement. UNA-UK believes that a strong, credible and effective UN is essential if we are to build a safer, fairer and more sustainable world. We advocate strong government support for the UN and demonstrate why the UN matters to people everywhere. UNA-UK derives great strength from its members and supporters, and UK-wide network of local, school and university branches. Together, we form a critical mass of support for the UN in the UK and beyond.
Unicef

Unicef

UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation working for children and their rights. UNICEF provides medicine, food and water for children to survive and flourish, and education and protection to change children’s lives for good. UNICEF UK raises funds for UNICEF’s emergency and development work around the world and advocates for lasting change for children worldwide. This includes working to change government policies and practices that restrict child rights in the UK and internationally. In the UK, UNICEF campaigns on climate change, hunger, UK child poverty, aid effectiveness and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
UNISON

UNISON

UNISON is Britain and Europe's biggest public sector union with more than 1.3 million members. Our members are people working in the public services, for private contractors providing public services and in the essential utilities. They include frontline staff and managers working full or part time in local authorities, the NHS, the police service, colleges and schools, the electricity, gas and water industries, transport and the voluntary sector. Last year UNISON recruited 137,000 new members - 375 per day.
WWT

Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is one of the world’s largest and most respected wetland conservation organisations working globally to safeguard and improve wetlands for wildlife and people. Founded in the UK in 1946 by the late Sir Peter Scott, today we complement wetland conservation work carried out worldwide with a network of UK visitor centres comprising 2,600 hectares of globally important wetland habitat. All of our work is supported by a much valued membership base of over 200,000 people.

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Member stories

Winchester Action on Climate Change:

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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Policy action needed by Beijing government for China to reach renewables potential next...

UNA-UK:

UNA-UK joins with international experts seeking to inform the work of a new independent Panel on...

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