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Cumbria:

Alston Moor
Ambleside Allotments Association
Carlisle One World Centre
Climate Change North West
Cumbria Action for Sustainability (formerly Eden Local Agenda 21) 
Churches Together in Cumbria Environment Group
Cumbria Business Environment Network
Cumbria County Council Environment and Planning
Cumbria Climate Change Officer, Phil Davies This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Cumbria Green Business Forum - Cumbria Green Business Forum is run by business people for business people and is aimed at encouraging environmental best practice
Faiths4Change: Offers support, training and small grants to faith communities to work together with other local residents on small scale environmental projects that transform neighbourhoods.
Friends of the Earth, Cumbria
Go Green Ambleside Area (Ambleside Climate Change Forum)
PACT (Penrith Action for Community Transition)
Riversmeet (Community Action Cockermouth)
South Lakes Action on Climate Change
Sustainability and Energy Network Staveley (SENS)
Sustainable Carlisle
Sustainable Keswick
Sustainable Brampton
TACT (Towards a Community Transition) Windermere
Transition South Lakes

 

National:

Amberlinks
A Rocha UK
Breathe Network
Christian Ecology Link (Green Christian)

Christians in Science

Church of England - Shrinking the Footprint
Churches in Transition

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (environment pages)

Creation Challenge (Baptist, Methodist and URC)

Eco-Congregation
Fairtrade and Fairtrade Towns
Operation Noah: The churches' climate change campaign. It enables Christians in the UK to press for international action, curb their own emissions, and get their congregations doing the same 
Living Witness Project: Quakers, Responding to Climate Change: Quakers
Methodist Relief and Development Fund: wide range of resources 
Methodist Church website on climate change
The Interface : Discussion Website run by Methodist Church with Environment Section

International:

ARocha International
CAFOD
Christian Aid
Tearfund

NETWORKS:

Climate Action Network : an international network of 430 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) working to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels. 

Creation Challenge – A Christian environmental website of the Methodist, URC and Baptist churches which includes an email network and resource centre, connecting and resourcing churches taking action on climate change.

European Christian Environmental Network enables the churches of Europe and Christian groups involved in environmental work to: share information and common experiences, engage in a broad range of environmental work and encourage each other in being a  united witness to caring for God's creation.


I Count Stop Climate Chaos Coalition is a network of more than  70 organisations for climate change advocacy and action

 

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