Stop Climate Chaos


Join the African Climate Connection in Wales!

African Climate Connection

26 November - 3 December

During the first week of the UN Climate talks in Durban, South Africa at the end of November, grassroots groups will connect with each other and with the climate talks at African-themed events around the UK.

To get involved in Wales, get in touch with Rachel McCarthy, the Welsh Mobiliser: wales@stopclimatechaos.org, or check out the Stop Climate Chaos Cymru website.

Over the past year, as part of the Big Climate Connection and Reconnection, local groups around the country have been building up connections with each other through lobbying their MPs.

The movement is continuing to grow. We need many more people from all walks of life to get involved and keep the pressure up. And we need to show our MPs we’ll hold them to account.

Get involved with the African Climate Connection, build local connections in your area and show MPs the strength of local concern about climate change.

See what we're calling for at the Durban climate talks this Autumn

Get started!

  1. Sign up on the local connections map and get connected with others in your area.
  2. If there’s no one already organising an event in your area, why not sign up as coordinator on the map, and organise one yourself?
  3. Contact some others in your area and get them on board (check out our tips on how to make connections in your area (pdf document))
  4. Decide what sort of event you want to organise (check out the event organiser’s toolkit for inspiration and tips (pdf document))
  5. Invite your MP, using our template MP invitation letter (Word document).
  6. Tell Rachel, the Welsh mobiliser: wales@stopclimatechaos.org
  7. Publicise your event (tips for publicising your event here).

Check out our resources page for more tips and templates, and to check out what tools you could use to make your event great.

For inspiration

For inspiration, check out photos and news from the previous Big Climate Connection local events:

Spring '11 Big Climate Reconnection

November 2010 Big Climate Connection

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