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Shared Energy is an umbrella for activity and ideas mainly around climate change and energy descent

 

 

 
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www.blackoutbritain.org.uk
Monthly mass action switching off all non-essential lights and appliances for one hour.

www.carboncoach.com
Dave the Carbon Coach offers information and inspiration.

www.climate-concern.com
Climate Concern UK provides updated information on Climate Change, ideas for campaigning and educating, and, where individuals are willing to join up with others in their local area, puts them in touch in order to share their concerns and take action.

www.climate-speakers.org.uk
UK network of speakers available to give talks on climate change and related topics to schools, adult societies, faith groups, councils, businesses, etc.

www.cstn.org.uk
CoaST (Cornwall Sustainable Tourism Project) benefits the environment in
Cornwall by developing sustainable tourism.

www.coinet.org.uk
Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) in Oxford is setting up groups for people who want to come together to share thoughts, ideas, feelings and concerns on climate change.

www.fraw.org.uk/ebo
Website for Paul Mobbs' book Energy Beyond Oil.

www.eternalforest.org
Green burial via a small charity restoring a wood in North Wales.

www.lowcarbon.co.uk
Low Carbon Network is a UK based not for profit company established to raise awareness of the links between buildings, the working and living patterns they support, and global warming.

transitionculture.org
See how the town of Kinsale, Ireland has started planning its descent from oil dependency.

www.teqs.net
Tradable energy quotas - carbon credit cards to spend on all your energy needs.

www.parityprojects.com
Making a Victorian house low energy.

www.veganviews.org.uk
For information and advice on how to set up and run a food co-op.

www.wasteless.co.uk
Wasteless Escape is the first community energy scheme of its type in the UK.

www.wen.org.uk
Women’s Environmental Network is a unique, vital and innovative campaigning organisation which educates, empowers and informs women and men who care about environmental issues.

www.whatyoucando.co.uk
For simple practical action with links to suppliers.

theyellowhouse.org.uk
Detailed account of converting a 1930s house in Oxford.