Local climate change groups
If you are a school or community group in the UK who want to make a difference to your local environment, you could be eligible for a free Woodland Trust tree pack.
WinACC lends equipment, publicity materials and all sorts of useful stuff for events and meeting free to groups in the district.
In this joint University/WinACC lecture on 14 July 2015 in the ‘Is it the answer?’ series on climate change, Tony Stoller, the Chair of WinACC, explored the role of public opinion in ensuring effective action on climate change.
Spanner films "The Age of Stupid" is now available to watch on youtube. Get everyone you know to watch the film which helped inspire the 10:10 carbon reduction campaign.
The then DECC Minister Greg Barker and local MP Steve Brine came to hear about Cool Communities from people who've been piloting this exciting new programme for WinACC in June 2014.
Plenty of things, including renewable energy. download WinACC's updated guidance to Parish Councils 2013
In late January 2016, Winchester Action on Climate Change commissioned an energy assessment survey on behalf of a local, modern, community hall. The survey aimed to identify any energy wastage and actions which could be carried out to improve energy efficiency and conservation.
Local climate change groups are sometimes very active, sometimes less so - but they are always keen to hear from anyone in their area who’d like to be on their mailing list or get involved.