Network for Climate Action
62 Fieldgate Street,
London E1 1ES,
Tel: 07961 917535
The Network for Climate Action brings together lots of local groups and individuals who are all in many different ways combating the root causes of climate change. It has grown out of the amazing Camp for Climate Action held in 2006 near Drax power station with hundreds of workshops, sustainable living and non-violent direct action.
The Network is a way for groups to stay in touch with one another, share resources and information and support each other's activities. It also acts as a point of contact for people looking to take action on climate change and helps new groups to get off the ground.
How do I get involved?
If you or your group would like to be part of the network or if you'd like help in getting together a group, organising an event or getting an action off the ground get in touch. To be part of the network send us your contact details to add to the contacts list.
The Network for Climate Action is a decentralised network of autonomous groups and people in the UK. We work together on the basis that:
Groups and individuals that are part of the network are in many different ways combating the root causes of climate change:
The Network for Climate Action came out of the Camps for Climate Action. The 2006 camp near Drax power station brought together for the first time a burgeoning network of people wanting to tackle the root causes of climate change. Over 600 people came to the camp for 10 days of low-impact living, education, debate, networking, strategising, celebration, and direct action. The 2007 camp is near Heathrow Airport and highlights the lunacy of the government's airport expansion plans. It targets industry giants profiting from the climate crisis, and raises awareness of the need to fly less.