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The Stop Climate Chaos Coalition is open to any not-for-profit organisation (eg. registered charities, membership organisations, etc) or community group (eg. local groups, virtual networks, etc) that want to campaign for Government action to help limit global warming.
The more of us there are, the stronger we will be!
To find out more about how to get involved please email admin[at]stopclimatechaos.org (replace the [at] with an @ symbol) or call us on 0207 802 9989.
At certain places around the site we will be putting a ShareThis button, like the one at the bottom of this story. Hopefully this will be quite straight forward, but in case it's a bit daunting, here's the gist.
If you click the button, it should open a little window with the headers social web, send/email and post.
We'll add this to our Actions page and similar as soon as we can, but in the meantime please do link to our actions on digg, facebook, etc.
Also, why not click the button below to see how it will all work.
One thing that we're hoping you will find really useful about our new site is our new tag cloud (see mish mash of words in the lefthand column!)
Our tag cloud displays all of the tags that we have used across the site. As the tag is used more the tag appears bigger within the list, until the most popular tags turn orange.
If you click on any of these tags, they will show you all of the articles we have put on the site within that subject range.
Hopefully you will have noticed our blue speech bubbles of news coming through live from across the coalition (if not, look immediately to the right of this now!) These are picking up the RSS feeds from our member organisations' websites, so that you can see at a glance all the recent climate change campaign news.
People & Planet
Friends of the Earth