These organisations, charities and groups who are working hard to reduce the effects of climate change and helping people move to a ‘greener’ future. Use your voice. Let the world know the reality of climate change. Explore the actions below and get vocal with your friends, family, and community today. The CCC is an independent body established under the Climate Change Act to advise the UK Government on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. A quick and easy way to measure your environmental carbon footprint which could change the way you live, produced by the World Wildlife Fund. Funded by Defra and site managed by the Environment Agency and the Met Office. The Climate Coalition, the UK’s largest group of people dedicated to action on climate change and limiting its impact on the world’s poorest communities. Compassion in World Farming’s Food Business team is working with some of the world’s biggest food companies – retailers, producers and manufacturers – towards a more ethical and sustainable food supply. Greenpeace is a non-governmental environmental organisation with offices in over 40 countries. Friends of the Earth (EWNI) is one of 70 national groups around the world which make up the Friends of the Earth network of environmental organizations. It is usually referred to just as Friends of the Earth within its home countries. Aims to help people make informed decisions about which brands are best for the planet, best for animals and best for people world-wide. Transition Network is a charitable organisation whose role is to inspire, encourage, connect, support and train communities as they self-organise around the Transition model, creating initiatives that rebuild resilience and reduce CO2 emissions. Local groups are everywhere – get involved. (SGL).  Carrie Cort is a Climate Reality Leader who offers Climate Reality talks and age appropriate climate awareness fun sessions for children, plus lots of other ‘greener living’ assemblies, workshops and days for schools and children’s groups. SGL contains lots of ideas, information and links to further reading about greener living. or call 07768 212833. – – – –