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.

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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

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    Multi-faith group Footsteps mark Earth Day with a free online event focused on the power of interfaith action in tackling climate action, both locally and globally.

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    Friends of the Earth Cardiff co-hosted a public hustings online to quiz Senedd candidates on their plans to tackle climate breakdown. Watch a recording of the hustings on YouTube.

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    Friends of the Earth delivered a webinar for the network to discuss climate justice and how to ensure it's part of every campaign. Read more

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    The newly formed Kingston group held a kick-off event which was attended by 40 people. The group will be concentrating their campaigning on rivers and divestment.

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    Campaign wins

    Leicester Climate Action successfully lobbied their council to improve its local climate action plan. The new plan includes plans to reduce traffic and reach net zero emissions by 2030.

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    Campaign wins

    The UK government has dropped plans to build a climate-wrecking new road between Oxford and Cambridge following a successful campaign by local groups including Oxford Friends of the Earth.

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    Derbyshire Climate Coalition hosted an online event to discuss the current plight of Indian farmers following Prime Minister Modi's agricultural reforms.

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    Campaign wins

    Dane Valley in the Peak District is home to some 650 new trees thanks to community tree planting events organised by Dane Valley Climate Action and Cheshire Wildlife Trust.

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    Campaign wins

    Local leaders in St Albans have passed a motion to lower speed limit in the area, following a successful community campaign involving St Albans Friends of the Earth.

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    Welcome to Calderdale Green New Deal, who recently joined our network. The group hosted an online community even in February with over 100 people.

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    Events

    Sheffield FoE and Climate Action Rotherham ran a joint online event in February called ‘Simple steps to combat climate change’ to help people develop practical ideas. 120 people signed up!