Take Climate Action

Climate Action groups are the local solution to a global crisis.

What we do in the next few years will determine the future of our world. We know the solutions to climate chaos and there's still time to act – just.

Climate Action groups are made up of people like you, working together to make our communities more climate-friendly. Together we can make a real difference, at a local and national level.

Find or start a group today.

We want to do everything we can to support Climate Action groups in their work to make communities more climate friendly.

From hosting online meetings to template Climate Action Plans for your council, we've got a host of resources to help you and your group campaign for change.

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Community groups in action

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Actions

Our amazing network truly showed up for the Global Day of Action - check out some of the highlights!

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Network news

Great coverage! Climate Action Caerffili have been featured in a BBC News article on tree planting in their town park as part of efforts to reduce air pollution and flood risk.

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Actions

Support Merton Friends of the Earth and sign their new divestment petition, which calls on Merton council to urgently divest from fossil fuels.

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Events

The West Midlands has a major role to play in tackling the climate and nature emergencies, but do we have a skilled workforce to deliver? Find out more in our online event on Wednesday 20 October at 6.30pm.

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Events

Join our panel of inspiring speakers on Tuesday 19 October at 5pm to learn about the huge Green Jobs opportunity in Derbyshire and for a Q&A and discussion on how we can respond to it.

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Check out 'Between two shores' - a powerful piece from Newcastle Climate Action member Henna. By linking the local environment with the physical impact of climate change and the related issue of population displacement, the project draws attention to the difficult social effects climate change brings with it.

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Actions

Amazing job - congratulations to Sheffield Area Coordinator, Lindy Stone for talking so powerfully about the necessary urgent climate action that is needed and the UK government's inaction on Sky News.

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Campaign wins

Kingston FOE held their first ever action after forming in lockdown. They had a successful day, recruiting 8 new members and engaged the public with their campaigns on river pollution and climate. Amazing work!

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Great interview from Jacky from Climate Action Newcastle and her husband Kevin, who talked to Channel 5 News about their concerns for their grandchildren's futures with the climate crisis.

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Events

Join our panel of speakers on Tuesday 12 October at 3pm for a discussion on how we can start a green jobs revolution in Cumbria, and learn about green jobs opportunities

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Events

Join our panel of speakers for a Q&A and discussion on how we can start a green jobs revolution in London. Our Green jobs for London 2021 online event takes place on Thursday 7 October at 6.30pm.

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Events

Thanks to everyone who joined us for the Tees Valley Green Jobs Summit! Join the conversation by searching #GreenJobs #TeesValleyJobs and #FutureofWork on social media.

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Actions

As the Conservatives met in Manchester, campaigners from Manchester Friends of the Earth came together to demand that the UK government stop funding fossil fuel projects.

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Network news

Congratulations to WeCANN (Westminster Citizens Climate Action Network) who celebrated their first year! And what a year it was - check out their video!

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Great to see Climate Action Newcastle on the ground making their community better! They've even got their MP, Chi Onwurah joining them on their next litter pick.

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Actions

Support Sheffield Friends of the Earth and sign their petition calling on all horticultural retailers in and around Sheffield to stop selling peat-based compost in their shops.