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The list below includes Campaign against Climate Change local groups and a variety of local organisations with a focus on climate change - as well as just highly motivated individuals who are very active on the issue.
If you have information about climate campaigning/campaigners in your area you would like posted here, or if any of the contacts below are incorrect or out-of-date, please contact email@example.com or 020 7833 9311
The main CCC office in London can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org (postal address is at the bottom of the page) or 0207 833 9311 or try the mobile on 07903 316331.
CCC London usually meets monthly. All of our London meetings are on our events calendar (or see details of forthcoming events on the left). Everyone who has signed up to the email list (eg through the Join/Donate page on the website) and has given us an address in London or the Home Counties (Essex, Kent, Surrey, Herts, Beds, Bucks) should get email notification of the meetings - but if you are not getting this for some reason, let us know. Alternatively use the contact numbers above to find out about the next CCC London Meeting - or any of the extra meetings.
Though London functions largely as a single unit, there are also some smaller local groups within London (with plenty of overlap between the activities of the smaller local groups and the bigger London group):
Brent Campaign against Climate Change
Contact brentcaccgmail.com , http://brentccc.wordpress.com/
Brent CCC stall at Brent Green fair with Barry Gardiner, MP for North Brent and Labour special envoy on climate change. Photo: Jonathan Goldberg.
Haringey Campaign against Climate Change
Contact Fergus Nicol, f.nicollondonmet.ac.uk
Transition Town Brixton
Contact Duncan Law, duncanduncanlaw.charitydays.co.uk, 02086786617
Derby Climate Alliance
Contact: Peter Robinson, peterfrobinsonntlworld.com, Tel: 07876 595 993
Derby Campaign against Climate Change succeeded in persuading the leaders of all three major parties within Derby Council to agree a target of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 25% in five years. However, getting this converted into action has not been so easy! As the Derby Climate Change Coalition, local activists have sought to work together with a wide range of organisations on climate-change related issues.
Matlock Campaign against Climate Change
Contact: Laura Stevens lozcollineone.net
Jeannie Thompson, Climate Action Network Nottingham, jeanniejonathanaol.com , 0115 9200470.
Cambridge University Green Officers at SU greencusu.cam.ac.uk
Local contact Dave Fincham, Ipswich Greenpeace. jub.jubbtinternet.com, 07736 826069
The Climate Jobs Caravan came to Newcastle on 13 May 2012 - report here. At the afternoon meeting it was agreed to set up a local CCC group to continue to campaign around these issues. To find out more or get involved, please contact Richy Leitch: richyleitchyahoo.com
Contact: Sonny Khan, sonnykhanhotmail.co.uk, 01539 720096
SLACC aims to link together like-minded, enthusiastic people with all the creative and exciting projects that are happening in the South Lakes as well as campaign on local, national and international issues related to climate change and peak oil.
They produce a free monthly e newsletter with news, diary dates and actions.
Contact Mark Lloyd: marksustainablecarlisle.org or on 01228 546 287
is a network of people and projects in Carlisle that wants to make the city more sustainable for ourselves and for following generations, to help create a peaceful, vibrant, resilient future based on common sense, ecological wisdom and social justice.
Manchester Campaign against Climate Change is active in Greater Manchester.
Contact: Judy Paskell: judy.paskellgmail.com
The Climate Jobs Caravan came to Manchester on 25 May 2012, with a successful meeting and the intention to follow this up with more climate jobs campaigning (report here). To find out more or get involved, contact Judy.
Barbara Cookson, 07930 870 934, e-mail: barb50syahoo.co.uk
John Coyne, 0151 727 7779, e-mail: john.coyneliverpool.gov.uk
The Climate Jobs Caravan came to Liverpool on 19 May 2012. Nine local groups came together for the daytime event and a successful meeting on fracking was held in the evening. To find out more, see here or contact claroufyahoo.fr
For anything to do with fracking, contact Phil Mitchell on philmitchxwatfyahoo.com
The Climate Jobs Caravan had a successful visit to Lancaster on 24 May 2012 (more details here) There is a plan to put together a local climate jobs plan for Lancaster and also to do an event for Zero Carbon Britain day on 21 July. Contact Hilary Chuter - hilary.chuterbtinternet.com - for more details and to get involved.
Portsmouth Climate Action Network is a local voluntary group concerned about the significant dangers posed by man-made climate change.
Guildford Environment Forum, contact Jonathan Essex, essexjonathanyahoo.co.uk
Dorking and Leatherhead
The Green Mole Forum - contact Anne Brewer on 01372 456421 or rallygreenmoleforum.org
West Sussex Campaign against Climate Change.Contact Tristan Loraine,
Contact Jan Marshall, janmarshallhotmail.com , 01273 612236
Rob Jarrett - rob.jarrettbtinternet.com
Ian Davey (Green Party): greenworkerbrightonandhovegreenparty.org.uk
Brighton Peace & Environment Centre (BPEC), 39-41 Surrey Street. Tel: (01273) 766610
Mike Creedy michael.creedyntlworld.com , 07799653366
Steve Dawe, (Press Officer, Kent Green Party) 0845 257 4236 / 01732 355185 / 07747 036192 or email stevedawegn.apc.org
Kingsnorth Climate Action Medway
Find out the latest information on the Facebook group: www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=54528797015
General contact: Daniel Scharf rippingtonwaitrose.com
Oxford Campaign against Climate Change
The OARC (Oxford Action Resource Centre), East Oxford Community Centre, 44B Princess Street, off Cowley Rd.
Contact Dave Radford: dog207lycos.com , 07985056089
Contact: John Hoggett, John Hoggett <hoggett1@ hoggett1hotmail.com, Tel: 0118 941 5144
Alex and Andrea, magic_bus_ukyahoo.co.uk
Or contact: Rob 0118 950 4062
We have regular meetings with the Reading Rising Tide group every second Monday of the month at 8 pm, at RISC, on London Street.
General CCC contact: Chris Bluemel, chrisbluemelyahoo.co.uk , Tel: 07855 351998 or 02380 550264
Ricky Night, rickynightnorthdevongreens.org.uk Tel: 01271 371732
Ivan, Tel: 07770 782979
Bristol Campaign against Climate Change
Local Contact: Josephine Bailey: josephinebaileyhotmail.co.uk
Exeter Climate Action, Maurice Spurway, tel: 07801 136937
For more details see the Exeter FoE website www.exeterfoe.org.uk.
Bovey Climate Action
Contact infoboveyclimateaction.org.uk, 0845 478 6311
Local contact Joannie Willet, joaniewillettgmail.com, 0781 3851720
FOREST OF DEAN
Transition: Forest of Dean
Contact Andrew Clarke, transitionfodgmail.com, 0117 2305192
Local contact Jonathan Whittaker, 01452 615835, mob 07970710537,
Local Contact: Cathy Green, cathyclimatechangeyahoo.co.uk
We are in discussion with local Green Party and FOE and also local Agenda 21 organisation to get Cheltenham Borough Council to stick to their Climate Change Strategy - i.e. 3% year on year reductions...
Peter Wiggins, peter.wigginconcordassociates.co.uk, 01285885331 or 07941 370579. Or contact Cathy, as above.
John Marjoram, cllr.john.marjoranstroud.gov.uk, 01453 750 962, www.glosgreenparty.org.uk
Plymouth Campaign against Climate Change Tony Staunton, tony.stauntonblueyonder.co.uk , Tel/text: 07803 620390
Ben Macfadyen, benmalimac.com
Tim Cutting, timvibrantvisions.co.uk, 01373 474456
In conjunction with Sustainable Frome, our meetings are 1st Thursday of each month. Contact Tim for more details.
Contact: Patricia O'Carroll, patriciaocarrollaol.com, 01458 835810
South Somerset Climate Action
Contact: Joe Burlington joejburlington.co.uk, 01460 55323
Swindon Climate Action Network 'Informing people in Swindon and the surrounding areas about the problem of climate change and how to combat it.'
Melksham Climate Friendly group.
"We are a voluntary community group who put on events in our town to bring an awareness of climate change and ways that residents can be more friendly to their environment. We need more ideas, help and support. So if you are interested please join in.
email: melkshamclimatefriendlygroupblueyonder.co.uk, Phone: 01225 - 704089
Birmingham Campaign against Climate Change
Contact Robert Pass
Tel: 07780 672 109
The Climate Jobs Caravan came to Birmingham on 15 May, bringing a wide range of organisations together for a meeting in Birmingham Town Hall (more here). To find out more or get involved, contact KazEliothotmail.com
Stephen Platt cftsplattyahoo.co.uk 01302 782928
Kirklees Campaign against Climate Change
"What we are seeing, here and now, is the transformation of the atmospheric physics of this planet. Three weeks before the likely minimum, the melting of Arctic sea ice has already broken the record set in 2007(1). The daily rate of loss is now 50% higher than it was that year(2).The daily sense of loss – of the world we loved and knew – cannot be quantified so easily" George Monbiot August 27th
The Arctic Vigil
St George's Square Huddersfield
Friday 28th September 6.20pm-7.30 pm.
Wear white (or something white).Bring your own jar for tea light.
Readings, learning, public engagement, silence.
"What is happening is that the Arctic is warming up 3-4 times as fast as the rest of the world. The sea ice grows less thick in winter, and melts more in summer, such that the entire ice cover is now on the point of collapse. The extra open water already created by the retreating ice allows bigger waves to be generated by storms, which are sweeping away the surviving ice. It is truly the case that it will be all gone by 2015. The consequences are enormous - a huge boost to global warming from two sources, the reduction in global albedo caused by the replacement of ice by open water, and an acceleration of methane release into the atmosphere as the warm open water causes seabed permafrost to melt.”Professor Peter Wadhams, Head of the Polar Oceans Physics Group at Cambridge University
The Arctic ice cap is disappearing before our eyes: this is the first large scale unmistakable impact of climate change, clearly visible from space. The arctic sea-ice broke an all time record for lowest ever extent on Friday 24th August (after breaking several other records according to other methodologies of measurement by other scientific institutions etc…). This was a bombshell because it was nearly a month before you would expect the ice to reach its seasonal minimum – it is still decreasing now and we can expect it to continue decreasing until around mid September
Activists in Kirklees Campaign against Climate Change organised a Zero Carbon tour on 7th May 2011. They cycled on a thirty mile tour of the authority delivering letters to, or discussing EDM 853 with Kirklees MPs.On the way they visited sites of progress towards Zero Carbon Britain such as Kirklees Council projects (e.g. wind turbines). For a full account of the tour see here.
Garth Frankland, garthfranklandgooglemail.com
The Climate Jobs Caravan came to Leeds on 15 May, and at a successful public meeting it was agreed to set up a campaign for 10,000 climate jobs in Leeds. To find out more or get involved, please contact Simon Brett – simon_brett2003yahoo.co.uk
Scarborough Campaign against Climate Change
toadamphibian.dyndns.org or contact Jane Gresham 01273 363930, 07981 901770
Scarborough CCC runs a stall most Saturdays at Westborough from around 10:00 am . Contact Jane if you'd like to help.
Sheffield Campaign against Climate Change
Jenny Patient jenny.patientblueyonder.co.uk Tel: 07760174335
Heather Hunt, Heather.Huntblueyonder.co.uk. Tel: 0114 2217284
2012 AGM and Public Meeting – 16th October - The Sheffield Campaign against Climate Change will hold their AGM followed by a Public Meeting at Quaker Meeting House, 10 St James St, S1 2EW – near Cathedral tram stop. Refreshments from 6.30 pm, AGM 7.00pm and public meeting 7.30 to 9pm on Tuesday 16th October
TITLE: A Frack-Free Future: Opposing UK’s second ‘Dash for Gas’ at 7.30 pm 16th Oct
A speaker from Frack Off the Brighton-based extreme energy action network that has been leading opposition to Hydraulic Fracturing (fracking) and other extreme methods of extracting fossil fuels. They have done extensive research into all aspects of UK based fracking and are organising direct action in collaboration with local residents in affected areas. www.frack-off.org.uk
AND Simon Bowens, Friends of the Earth, Yorkshire and Humber Campaigns Director on local fracking potential and FOE actions.
We have failed to control global CO2 emissions. We continue to invest in ever more extreme extraction of fossils fuels rather than investing in alternative energy or reduce consumption through programmes of housing insulation and public transport. This is a chance to hear about actions that are being taken around the country and likely local extreme fossil fuel extraction sites.
Sign Sheffield Climate Alliance Current petition against Fracking at: http://www.sheffieldclimatealliance.net/
Sheffield Campaign against Climate Change has been campaigning strongly on climate jobs. Their petition calling for the creation of 10,000 climate jobs in the city collected 2,500 signatures. This meant that it went before the City Council, and they are now working with the Scrutiny Board to look at ways in which the proposals could be implemented. The Climate Jobs Caravan came to Sheffield on 18 and 19 May 2012. To find out more or get involved, please contact Joan Miller: 0114 2498613, sheffieldclimatenewsgmail.com
Contact Graham Martin, g.p.martinriseup.net, 07956 856103
Cardiff Campaign against Climate Change
Adam Johannes 07940 108 146
Taran O'Sullivan, taran_minahotmail.com 07914309909
The Climate Jobs Caravan visited Cardiff on 14 May, timing its visit to coincide with the TSSA rail union’s annual conference. The various groups represented at the public meeting agreed to try to form a network to promote the positive ideas of the caravan at a local and regional level. Find out more here or contact Marianne Owens – marianneowenshotmail.co.uk
Main contact, Matthew Crighton: matthewcrightongmail.com
Edinburgh Campaign against Climate Change
Ian Hood, ianhood2002blueyonder.co.uk, mob:-0786 6176960
Matthew Crighton: matthewcrightongmail.com
Contact for Global Day of Action: Niall Bakewell (Friends of the Earth Northern Ireland) niall.bakewellfoe.co.uk
Tel: 028 9089 7592