GlosCAN is a networking organisation that seeks to work in partnership with other organisations with similar aims and values.
GlosCAN is a member of the UK Climate Coalition, and of 350.org.
GlosCAN is also broadly supportive of the Transition movement. However, we would say that the challenge of ‘Peak Oil’ identified by the Transition movement is more one of ensuring that much of current proven reserves of oil and other fossil fuels remain ‘in the ground’ rather than reserves of oil running out.
Useful links – other organisations
Campaign against Climate Change http://campaigncc.org/
Campaign for Better Transport http://bettertransport.org.uk/
Fossil Free https://gofossilfree.org/
The Climate Coalition http://www.theclimatecoalition.org/
Climate Outreach http://climateoutreach.org/about/
George Marshall, Don’t even think about it http://www.climateconviction.org/
A Rocha UK http://arocha.org.uk/events/
Committee on Climate Change
Independent advice to government on building a low-carbon economy and preparing for climate change
FRCN – the Food Climate Research Network conducts, synthesises, and communicates research at the intersection of food, climate, and broader sustainability issues.
Plan B Earth
Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
Zero Carbon Britain
Climate Action Tracker – an independent scientific analysis produced by three research organisations tracking climate action since 2009.
CAT – Centre for Alternative Technology
Air Pollution and Climate Secretariat (Sweden)
Climate Home News
Rupert Read – Green Politician and Philosopher
Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC)
Mission 2020 https://www.mission2020.global/
Scientists Warning.org http://www.scientistswarning.org/
The Guardian carbon calculator: find out how much CO2 your flight will emit
Atmosfair – think, go climate conscious
Climate Action Network International
Climate-KIC – (knowledge and innovation community)
Declare a Climate Emergency – UK climate declarations
CEDAMIA – Climate Emergency Declaration and Mobilisation in Action – declarations, global
See also http://gloscan.org/other-organisations-in-gloucestershire/
GCEJN – Gloucester Churches Environmental Justice Network http://www.greengloucestershire.org.uk/
Vision 21 – See how we are making Gloucestershire more sustainable http://www.vision21.org.uk/
Christian Aid South West http://www.christianaid.org.uk/getinvolved/inyourarea/england/southwest/index.aspx
Transition Stroud http://www.transitionstroud.org/
Sustainable Thornbury https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/thornbury/
Friends of the Earth http://www.glosfoe.org.uk/index.php
Transition Newent https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/newent/
Transition Forest of Dean https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/forest-of-dean/
Frack Free Five Valleys http://frack-off.org.uk/local-group/frack-free-five-valley/
Frack off our Forest http://frackoffourforest.org.uk/
Glos2050.com Online consultation from Feb 2018 on behalf of the University of Gloucestershire and Leadership Gloucestershire. https://glos2050.com/default.asp
Green Minded People in Tewkesbury
Friends of the Earth Tewkesbury
Cate Cody Blogs, Tewkesbury, including, as well as climate change, plastic-free, drinks, cycling, greener car journeys, Repair Café
Severn Wye Energy Agency
An independent charity and not-for-profit company with a mission to provide practical expertise for more energy efficient and sustainable living.
Penny Squire – Composer, Gardener, Environmentalist
Troubled Planet – 15 minutes of music with film, inspired by people’s reactions to global warming. Music by Penny Squire. Film footage by Greenpeace. String quartet played by the Cotswold Ensemble
Available to watch on YouTube here.
Extinction Rebellion – Stroud
Extinction Rebellion – South West
Extinction Rebellion – Gloucestershire (with links to local groups on websites, Facebook, Twitter and others at Berkeley, Cheltenham, Forest of Dean, Gloucester, Stroud, Tewkesbury )
Local Climate Action Networks (CANs):
Carbon Zero Rodborough
Carbon Neutral Randwick
Chalford Climate Action Network
Wotton Area Climate Action Network
Nailsworth Climate Action Network
Horsley Climate Action Network, HCAN
Stonehouse Town Council – Climate Change Action Forum
Berkeley Vale CAN
Hucclecote Climate Change Action Group (HCCAG)
More information on CANs:
Transition Stroud – Climate Emergency
Stroud District CAN Forum (Stroud Climate Action Network Forum)
Stroud Action Group on Community Energy (group updated, please now see Stroud District CAN Forum above)
Cirencester Environmental Action group (CEA)
The Greener Gloucestershire project is a county wide coming together of public sector bodies who want to work together for shared outcomes and progress on climate change in advance of the COP26 climate event.
Cheltenham Borough Council – Climate and Sustainability
Cheltenham Borough Council has declared a ‘Climate Emergency’ and committed to become a net zero carbon council and borough by 2030.
Environmental groups in Cheltenham
Friends of the Earth
Near me. Do you want to make a meaningful difference where you live? Enter your location or postcode and we’ll show you how you can make your community more climate friendly.
Parents for Future
Parents for Future Stroud – Facebook group
Parents for Future.org ‘Our Mission – To inspire and empower parents to use their voice and advocate for climate and biodiversity, and be part of the solution to help protect their children’s future.’
In other districts
Somerset Climate Action Network
Swindon Climate Action Network
WinACC – Winchester Action on Climate Change http://winacc.org.uk/