This is just a selection – let us know if there are others you’d like to see added.
The Climate Coalition is a network of 130 organisations working on climate change. They organise Show the Love events and are planning a huge climate festival in September. They have also produced a set of demands for the COP 26 Conference in November.
You can find quick links to all the organisations involved from their site
One World Week has produced a really good list of organisations producing faith materials
You can find relevant local organisations on this site
For other links related to COP26 see this page
FOR EXPLANATIONS OF THE SCIENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE:
A key site for information, action ideas and solutions to the climate crisis
You can lots of background information and ideas for action on their site
Lots of background information
Campaign against Climate Change
A good introduction and ideas for action
Well researched journalism from Greenpeace
A US site which covers the latest developments in climate science
Particularly useful for debunking climate myths
There are some stunning illustrations on this site:
The Energy & Climate Intelligence Unit issues regular bulletins and is now producing a regular Road to Glasgow newsletter. Sign up here
Carbon Brief is a UK-based website covering the latest developments in climate science, climate policy and energy policy. We specialise in clear, data-driven articles and graphics to help improve the understanding of climate change, both in terms of the science and the policy response. https://www.carbonbrief.org/
Has 3 demands
1. Tell the truth Government must tell the truth by declaring a climate and ecological emergency, working with other institutions to communicate the urgency for change.
2. Act Now Government must act now to halt biodiversity loss and reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2025.
3. Beyond Politics. Government must create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice
Challenges the systems which are driving climate change.
A Green Christian initiative aiming at a just economy within ecological limits
An independent financial think-tank looking at the effects of decarbonising business and effects on fossil fuel investments
A simple website which shows you what’s in season
Ambitious ideas for living without plastic.
It aims to increase public understanding and awareness of climate change. It has produced a range of reports on dealing with different groups effectively
This has a great collection of images
It’s especially worth checking out their 7 principles
The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development has lots of great resources including be a Zero Hero and Our Common Home plus more for schools and youth groups
Lots of ideas and resources too, especially right now on divesting from fossil fuels.
Lots of ideas and resources
A Christian organisation which trains people in communicating with MPs
Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences (IFEES) is a UK registered charity operating internationally, through programmes designed to increase knowledge and awareness, alleviate poverty, combat climate change and deal with other major environmental issues.
One Earth Sangra – a Buddhist perspective
Working with the churches to inspire action on climate change, Operation Noah has resources, Bible studies and a divestment campaign.
Quaker Peace and Social Justice
Lots of action and ideas
Campaigning and fund-raising especially on clean energy
A Rocha has an eco church project which offers a free online survey and supporting resources It covers looking after buildings and land; engaging with the local community and in global campaigns, and in the personal lifestyles of the congregation.
A new site from A Rocha – a monthly programme connecting faith, nature and climate.
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Earth day Interfaith resources
ART AND CREATIVITY
A network of artists, curators and researchers exploring cultural responses to environmental and climate change
Musical conversations around the world about climate change solutions