Below are links to related organisations.
Shrinking the Footprint is the Church of England's national environmental campaign aimed at resourcing the Church's 44 dioceses (including the Diocese in Europe) and 16,000 churches to reduce their footprint. The Church is committed to a Carbon reduction target of 80% by 2050 (in line with Government commitments), with an interim target of 42% by 2020. Good practice is already established in many churches round the country and Shrinking the Footprint is uniquely placed to share news, tips and resources.
350.org is an international campaign that's building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis. They focus on 'creative activism', especially simultaneous international events. The name comes from the number 350, as in parts per million CO2. If we can't get below that, scientists say, the damage we're already seeing from global warming will continue and accelerate.
From slump to security - ON join the new alliance, bringing together all groups acting on climate change.
Amber Links is a new faith-based website set up to provide a 'doorway' to allow people to find the practical information they need and to share tips with others. Use it to share your own experiences, recommendations and Christian resources.
CEL is a multi-denominational UK Christian organisation for people concerned about the Environment. CEL offers insights into ecology and the environment to Christian people and churches and offers Christian insights to the Green movement.
New Economics Foundation. This is a 'think and do' tank, which aims to present economic analysis with people and the planet as the main considerations.
The Omega Climate Change Group is a small group from St Mark's Church , Broomhill and St Mary's, Bramall Lane, both in Sheffield, who are seeking to encourage Christians and others to respond creatively, imaginatively and effectively to the challenge of climate change.
The Campaign against Climate Change exists to push for the urgent and radical action we need to prevent the catastrophic destabilisation of global climate.
ARC is a secular body that helps the major religions of the world to develop their own environmental programmes, based on their own core teachings, beliefs and practices. ARC was founded in 1995 by HRH Prince Philip and now works with 11 major faiths through the key traditions within each faith.
Founded in 1997, the Noah Project is Britain’s only Jewish ecological group set up to promote ‘education, celebration and action’ for the environment within the Jewish community. It has support from all five major denominations and from secular Jews.
Internuncio is a new online resource with the objective of increasing dialogue and understanding of the social implications of climate change to communities across the globe.The initial project, run by Christians, bearing witness to the disruption that sea level rise is having on the daily lives of low-lying island communities in Bangladesh, can be viewed at internuncio.org
The John Ray Initiative (JRI) is an educational charity with a vision to bring together scientific and Christian understandings of the environment in a way that can be widely communicated and lead to effective action. It was formed in 1997 in recognition of the urgent need to respond to the global environmental crisis and the challenges of sustainable development and environmental stewardship.
A Transition Initiative is a community that is unleashing its own latent collective genius to look Peak Oil and Climate Change squarely in the eye and to discover and implement ways to address this BIG question/
The livesimply project is a project based on a radical idea: that God calls us to live simply. This is in direct contrast to what Western society demands of us - to earn more and more in order to consume on an ever grander scale.
A Rocha is a Christian Environmental movement working in 18 countries across 6 continents. In the UK, A Rocha helps individuals, groups, churches and communities think about their use of God's creation, and helps them develop practical ways to care for people and the planet, both locally and globally.
The many different Christian churches and denominations often need to work together - and to co-ordinate the work they each do. Churches Together in Britain and Ireland networks specialists across the churches, arranges regular meetings of Church Representatives - including periodic major Assemblies - and links the Churches to a wide range of inter-church organizations.
This is a coalition of environmental and development NGOs concerned to see urgent action on climate change.
Gaia Energy has teamed up with Christian Aid to develop the Additional Renewable Kilowatt tariff. The tariff offers environmental benefit to churches in a market where green gas does not exist and green electricity is in short supply.
Journeying is an ecumenical organisation which takes groups of about 4-12 people on holiday in an informal Christian ambience to the more off-the-beaten-track parts of Britain and Ireland