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.
COP26: get involved
In the lead up to the Glasgow climate talks we'll be working with groups to create a series of actions across the country.
Find out what we've got planned and how you can get involved.
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.
Community groups in action
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Campaign win alert. Great news! Proposals for a biomass plant in Splott, Cardiff have been shelved, thanks to Cardiff Friends of the Earth.
Save Rimrose Valley held a lively rally and march showing strength and opposition to Highways England's proposed road plan that is threatening a vital green space in the heart of Sefton.
Calling Barnet Residents! Please sign Barnet Friends of the Earth’s letter campaign asking their local council to declare a climate emergency in their area.
Friends of the Earth is hosting a two-day Youth Gathering for 16-25 year olds on 21 and 22 July, featuring a range of workshops to empower young activists. Register now.
Bury Climate Action Group are continuing to work alongside their local council and have been invited to partake in focus groups on their local plan, as well as holding their own consultation event. Great work!
Congratulations to Leicester Friends of the Earth who have been awarded a grant to establish a community green space in a deprived area of the city.
Our London groups have been working together and have formed a London Network. Their last meeting in July saw strong attendance, and we hope this fruitful collaboration continues!