01 Sep 2021
Becoming a Climate Action group means joining hundreds of groups across the country campaigning for urgent climate action.
Our current campaign aims to convince local councils and mayors to create and roll out ambitious Climate Action Plans. By joining the network, you’ll receive all the support you need to run your own local campaign, including template Climate Action Plans.
You’ll also join forces with other groups at key moments, like elections and the international climate summits, to pressure decision-makers to enact change nationally and internationally.
So far, over 250 groups have brought people together in communities across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to do something about the climate crisis. And together we've contributed to some big wins, like the Prime Minister committing to ending UK funding of overseas oil and gas projects.
If this sounds like something you’d like to take part in, we’d love to welcome you to the network. Simply register your interest in becoming a Climate Action group using our quick form. We’ll ask you for:
- Your group name and location
- A short description of your group
- Your contact name and details
Once you've received confirmation that you’re officially registered, you'll get access to all our resources and tools to support your local climate campaign. You'll also be able to connect with other groups across the country to push for national change.
As the person registering the group, you’ll be the group contact. This means you'll be responding to enquiries from Climate Action staff and members of the public. You can change the group contact at any time by getting in touch with us.
If you’re part of an existing group – such as a Friends of the Earth local group or any other community group – and are interested in joining the Climate Action campaign, you're more than welcome to register as well.