10:10 is about doing practical stuff that helps tackle climate change. We take a collective approach that turns individual actions at a local level into a force for bigger changes. From riding a bus to re-powering a village, our projects bring people together to help build a better world.
350.org works in almost every country in the world, leveraging people power to dismantle the influence and infrastructure of the fossil fuel industry, and to develop people-centric solutions to the climate crisis. In the UK 350.org is a lead partner in the fossil fuel divestment movement and Fossil Free network.
A Rocha UK is a Christian charity working for the protection and restoration of the natural world, both as a response to the biblical mandate to care for the earth, and as a demonstration of the Christian hope for God’s world. They do this through practical involvement in nature conservation projects and ecological research, by campaigning on biodiversity issues, and by engaging with churches, schools, communities and individuals.
AirportWatch is an umbrella movement uniting the national environmental organisations, airport community groups, and individuals opposed to unsustainable aviation expansion, and its damaging environmental effects, including climate change and noise. It aims to oppose any expansion of aviation and airports likely to damage the human or natural environment.
Baldernock Community Council
We are a small parish of around 280 households 7 miles north of Glasgow. Our closest town is Milngavie and we are a largely dispersed rural community but include the villages of Bardowie and Balmore. We have a thriving playgroup and primary school, a church and we are home to the Balmore Trust, a charity. We were lucky enough to secure Climate Challenge Funding and ran a project which ended in March 2011. We carried out energy surveys and held awareness-raising events and think there has been a lasting positive effect. We were the first Community Council to join SCCS.
BMS World Mission
From legal work to surgery, food projects to education, BMS works with local partners, among the most marginalised and least evangelised people in the world. We strive to make Jesus known and share the full life he brings. We consider creation care as key to our values, and carefully assess the environmental impact of our projects.
Borderlands works with asylum seekers and refugees in Bristol. We provide front line services, from a mentoring project to a community space, food provisions, English lessons, destitution support, housing, signposting and support with legal funding. Our aims are to support asylum seekers and refugees with integration and empowerment and find a sense of belonging in their lives and within their community.
Cambridge Carbon Footprint
Cambridge Carbon Footprint involves, informs & inspires a wide range of people in the Cambridge area with practical activities and support to make big, permanent reductions in their carbon footprints - based on understanding what helps people change their behaviour and moves us collectively towards a low carbon society. Our Carbon Conversations, a series of engaging meetings focus on values, emotions, lifestyle and identity as well as the basic facts of climate change, leading to many participants halving their carbon emissions.
Citizen's Climate Lobby
Citizens’ Climate Lobby UK is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization, one of some 300 chapters of the global movement begun in the US in 2007 and endorsed by George Marshall, Nicholas Stern, James Hansen, and Bill McKibben (350.org), among others. CCL trains and supports volunteers to engage elected officials, the media, and the public, in order to generate the political will to enact a Carbon Fee and Dividend policy.
CARBON FRIENDLY BRADFORD ON AVON
Working in partnership with the people, organisations, schools and businesses of the Bradford on Avon Community Area, Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon is embarking on an ambitious journey to become carbon neutral by 2050.
CLIMATE OUTREACH AND INFORMATION NETWORK
Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) is a charity formed in 2004 to directly engage the public about climate change through the use of innovative action learning methods and by assisting people to communicate their own messages to their peers.
Community Energy England (CEE)
Community Energy England (CEE) was established in May 2014 as a not for profit organisation to provide a voice for the community energy sector and help create the conditions within which community energy can flourish. We do this by coordinating the grassroots work of our sector and by advocating for supportive policies at national and local levels.
CROYDON REAL NAPPY NETWORK
Our motto is “Saving the planet from the bottom up!" Croydon Real Nappy Network promotes modern reusable nappies in the Borough of Croydon by providing impartial information and advice about using washable nappies to prospective and existing cloth nappy users.
At local level, CTC members form Member Groups which also have many of the attributes of a Cycling Club - organising runs, tours, competitive events and training, as well as campaigning for cycling at a local level. CTC Scotland brings together representatives of these Member Groups and other organisations to discuss and deal with matters relating to cycling in Scotland.
DERBY CLIMATE COALITION
The Derby Climate Change Coalition is a campaigning group that brings together a wide range of organisations and individuals, who support and want to take part in activities that inform, influence and raise awareness about the effects of global warming.
The Fife Diet is a consumer network of people and communities passionate about local food and creating a low carbon sustainable food system. We are a voluntary association with a volunteer management committee and a small team of part-time, paid staff. We are funded by the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund and we have also received funding from Celebrating Fife and the Co-op Community Fund.
GlosCAN is a group of citizens in Gloucestershire who is extremely concerned about climate change and the impact on current and future generations and believe climate change is a non-party political issue.
GRANDPARENTS FOR A SAFE EARTH
Grandparents for a Safe Earth are a network of grandparents and elders who care about the world our descendants will inherit. The current plans of energy companies and governments will, if not changed, put our grandchildren’s future at risk.
Ordinary Christians, Extraordinary Times: Green Christian (GC) believes we are responsible for our impact on God's creation and whole earth community and to lessen our impact on the earth and live more joyously on it.
The Iona Community, is an ecumenical Christian community. Its members follows a five-fold rule, including 'acting in solidarity with victims of environmental injustice and supporting political and structural change to reduce our over-consumption of resources'.
Debt, trade, pollution, biodiversity, resource depletion, water scarcity, food security, poverty, climate change… The number of big issues just keeps on growing, threatening our children’s futures and the lives of the most vulnerable people on the planet. That’s why we’re here. Tidal works to support, coordinate and grow global activism in Leeds. We believe that strong, diverse and united grassroots movements are vital to sustainable change, and it’s our mission to help global justice activists in this city be as effective as they can possibly be.
Low Carbon Communities Network
The Low Carbon Communities Network links, networks and supports the rapidly growing movement of climate change groups that are forming at local and community level. We encourage the adoption of low carbon and zero carbon technologies and lifestyles at a community level, and to enable groups engaged in this to be as effective and efficient as possible. We make the most of the opportunities that the web presents in building communities and sharing information online.
Medsin is a student network and registered charity tackling global and local health inequalities through education, advocacy and community action. We have over 30 branches in universities across the UK, many nationally run activities and several national working groups alongside collaborating with numerous external partner organisations both nationally and internationally.
North East Call to Action on Poverty
North East CALL TO ACTION (‘NE-CAP’) is one of the country’s leading regional coalitions campaigning on global poverty and climate change. We have representatives in most North East constituencies and hope to soon secure complete coverage. All our officers are NGO staff or voluntary representatives and we seek to mobilise and coordinate support for their campaigning. We arranged coaches from every city, town and village in the NE (well, almost!) to London for The Wave in 2009.
Northfield Ecocentre is a Midlands based charity offering practical, inspiring ideas and advice on how to green up your lifestyle. We run a wide range of activities, workshops and events across a variety of themes including energy saving, home energy makeovers, organic gardening, sustainable transport, tree planting, recycling and much more.
One World Week
One World Week offers opportunities for people and organisations to come together at local events to explore how they can work together to build a more just, peaceful and sustainable world.
Peterborough Environment City Trust
Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT) is an independent charity that is challenging and supporting the city of Peterborough and beyond to become cleaner, greener and healthier.
Quaker Peace and Social Witness
Quaker Peace & Social Witness (QPSW) is a hub for local and national Quaker action for peace and justice and is committed to nonviolent social change. It supports Quaker witness in local communities and represents Quakers at a national level to parliament, government and the general public.
The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and charity. We put our beliefs into practice through a programme of practical action, serving our communities, supporting those in need and fighting for social justice.
SEAD aims to challenge the causes of poverty, social injustice and environmental degradation; and to support the community-based movement for positive social change. We believe that dynamic communities have the power to make positive changes in our society. SEAD’s projects support people to become part of this change.
Spokes is a voluntary organisation with 1200 members, mainly in Edinburgh and Lothian, aiming to promote cycling for everyday transport, and to persuade councils and government to do the same. Activities include lobbying, public meetings, traffic counts, stalls, bike rides, and bike maps.
SPOKES South Kent Cycling Campaign
An active campaign group set up to encourage cycling and publicise its benefits. We are based in the East Kent area of the UK but have an interest in better conditions for cyclists everywhere. We publish a free quarterly newsletter in which we air our views and the views of others on cycling issues and ensure its widest possible distribution.
St Nicks is the green heart of York: a centre for nature and green living. The charity started as ‘Friends of St Nicholas Fields’ in the 1990s by transforming a former landfill site into a thriving Local Nature Reserve. We are based at St Nicks Environment Centre which combines many green features. From this base, we offer ecotherapy and run projects, events and services which help to make York more sustainable.
Surfers Against Sewage
Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is an environmental charity protecting the UK’s oceans, waves and beaches for all to enjoy safely and sustainably, via community action, campaigning, volunteering, conservation, education and scientific research. SAS projects target environmental issues affecting beaches including marine litter, sewage pollution, climate change, toxic chemicals, shipping and coastal development. SAS has over 50,000 active supporters across the UK.
We are a network of people and projects in Carlisle, that want to make our city more sustainable for ourselves and for following generations. We wish to help create a peaceful, vibrant, resilient future based on common sense, ecological wisdom and social justice.
Sustrans is the charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle. We are engineers and educators, experts and advocates. We connect people and places, create liveable neighbourhoods, transform the school run and deliver a happier, healthier commute. Sustrans works in partnership, bringing people together to find the right solutions. We make the case for walking and cycling by using robust evidence and showing what can be done. We are grounded in communities and believe that grassroots support combined with political leadership drives real change, fast.
Swindon Climate Action Network
Swindon Climate Action Network informs people in Swindon and the surrounding areas about the problem of climate change and how to combat it.
Tikambilanie - Sustainable Communication
Rather than claiming to have answers, Kamoto and The Green Living Movement offer a technique for exploring a situation that enables people to come together and work to improve it. In some senses a simple approach, it is versatile enough to deal with the subtleties that occur when dealing with habits, tradition and differing cultures.
Transition Linlithgow formed in 2008 primarily on the issue of Climate Change and the lack of local action. Since then, we have become a registered charity and official members of the global Transition network focusing on efforts which boost community resilience and sustainability.
Transition Town Berkhamsted
Transition Town Berkhamsted are taking action so their town remains a vibrant place, both for now and into the future. They are making the town able to carry on regardless of external shocks, such as recessions, commodity price rises and climate change.
Transition Town Kingston
The Transition Movement began in Totnes 2005 with the aim of encouraging communities to "transition" to a low-carbon, healthier, happier future, and reached Kingston upon Thames in 2008.
Winchester Action on Climate Change
Founded in 2007, Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) is a fast growing and effective network of local people, businesses, organisations and leaders, not aligned to any political party. We work together to tackle climate change and transform Winchester into a low carbon district where people consume only their fair share of the earth’s resources, and where our lifestyles are not jeopardising the wellbeing of our children and grandchildren.
The National Federation of Women’s Institutes (NFWI) is an educational, social, non-party political and non-sectarian organisation. It was established to ensure that women are able to take an effective part in their community, to learn together, widen their horizons, improve and develop the quality of their lives and those of their communities and together influence local, national and international affairs on issues that matter to members.