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

It's time to #TakeClimateAction

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. But we need to work together if we're to convince our government to act.

Climate action groups are made up of people like you and together they’ll bring about big systemic change.

Join the network and kick-start climate action in your community.


Communities around the UK are already taking the lead where our government isn’t – from schoolchildren going on strike to councils declaring climate emergencies. The issue of climate change is on the agenda more than ever.

And we know how to stop it. Plant more trees, stop generating electricity from dirty fuels, oppose airport expansion and invest in public transport. Those are just a few science-based solutions.

Young people protesting

How it works

We can’t wait any longer for our government to implement solutions. That's where climate action groups come in.

By transforming our local area to build the future we need and demanding urgent climate action from decision-makers, we’ll be part of a movement so powerful that our leaders will be forced to act.

Join the network

Climate Action groups are part of a large network supported with plenty of expertise, training, resources and lobbying power.

Together we can boost the impact of every local win. We can look to each other for inspiration. We can find strength in numbers to push for big national change.

Stories from the network

Martha: the scientist

14 Oct 2019

In March 2019 a Climate Action group in Merton, London was set up. At its heart is Colombian scientist Martha, who shares her experience so far.

Gerard: the producer

17 Oct 2019

Chairman of the Shoreham society, a Climate Action group based in West Sussex, Gerard reflects on his trip to Botswana which had a big impact on him and played a crucial in his commitment to environmental issues and climate action