Join the thousands of people from around the globe taking action on climate change so you too can shape our future.
Together we are powerful. Working in groups, with organizations or in our communities we can create a world with a safe and stable climate.
Together we can build cleaner energy systems, better public transport networks and develop sustainable cities and industries.
Individual and collective actions add up to real change.
Get involved with a climate organization
Groups focused on climate change are making a difference at the local, national and international level and with your support they will be even stronger.
Search this list of organizations doing great work for the climate and find one or more to join, follow and support in their campaigns.
350.org - A rapidly growing organization advocating for the transition of fossil fuels to renewable energy. There are lots of local chapters you could join.
Citizens Climate Lobby - Advocacy for environmentally conscious policies in the USA. Find your local chapter and join in pushing monumental policy change.
Sunrise Movement - A grassroots youth movement. Take part in phone/ text banks to advocate for climate friendly candidates and join a local chapter.
Fridays for Future - An organization led by Greta Thunberg, focusing on decarbonising the global economy. Take part in strikes for the climate.
Living the Change - For people who want to engage with climate through their faith, this is one US organization focused on faith’s role in activism.
Sierra Club - One of the largest grassroots environmental organizations with a host of different ways to get involved.
Take Climate Action- a UK based campaign to get local councils to adopt a climate action plan. Join to find your local group.
You can be part of real change, inspire others and have fun volunteering your most precious resource - your time with others.
Find positive environmental volunteering opportunities near you using Volunteer Match.
The Global climate movement is growing faster and faster each year.
6 million people from around the world took action in September 2019 as part of the Climate Strike and FridaysforFuture rallies, with millions more carrying on the fight since then. (source)
Activists like you taking part in broader movements were able to reject the building of the Keystone XL pipeline by the Obama administration due to various climate movements’ actions. The pipeline was to carry tar sands oil, a highly explosive and toxic substance to life when it leaks from pipelines. It would also have bolstered the Oil and Gas industry’s production of tar sands oil, which produces 20% more GHG than other kinds of oil. (Source)