Stop Climate Chaos

'Wake Up: Walk Out' on Climate Change Day!

Wake Up Walk Out
Stop Climate Chaos coalition member Be That Change invites you to join Wake Up: Walk Out: a day of peaceful action to demand that the Government commits to a 42% reduction in carbon emissions.

Wake Up: Walk Out will be on 26th April, a day when activists all over the country will be campaigning as part of the Ask the Climate Question’s Climate Change Day.

1. Wake Up: Send a wake up call to the UK Government by texting WAKEUP to 82222 followed by your name and postcode. Your message will be delivered, along with others, to Downing Street.

2. Walk Out: At 1pm on Monday 26th April stop what you are doing, wherever you are, and Walk Out. Go into the streets and send the message to the Government to cut carbon emissions by 42%.

Check out your local Climate Question Time!

Ask the Climate Question

With the election date announced, the Ask the Climate Question campaign is in full swing, to put climate change firmly on the election agenda.

The Wave

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1. What's The Wave?

On Saturday 5 December 2009, ahead of the crucial UN climate summit in Copenhagen, tens of thousands of people from all walks of life will march through the streets of London to demonstrate their support for a safe climate future for all.

Shared Planet 2009

See the problems. Share the solutions.
Shared Planet
20-22 November - University of Manchester & Manchester Metropolitan

The biggest student campaigning conference on poverty, the environment and human rights. Tickets are going fast - Book online now!

Climate Justice Now speaker tour

Climate Justice Now
16–22 November 2009
Speakers include:

  • Md Shamsuddoha (Equity Bangladesh)
  • Eriel Deranger (Indigenous Environmental Network)
  • Beatriz Souviron (Bolivian Ambassador to the UK)

The climate crisis has been caused by the rich industrialised countries, but it is the world’s poorer majority who are paying the highest price, as extreme weather events become more common, freshwater glaciers melt, and droughts increase.

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