Climate Justice Collective groups:

Project and Campaign Groups

Fuel Poverty Action

A campaign group of the Climate Justice Collective linking fuel poverty and climate change

e: fuelpovertyaction at

Local groups

Climate Justice Collective London

The London local organising group of the Climate Justice Collective.

e: london at

Manchester Climate Action

A direct action group within the UK anti-capitalist movement. Part of the Climate Justice Collective. We organise non-hierarchically and believe that tackling the root causes of climate change means tackling the political and economic systems which caused the mess in the first place.

e: manchester at

Thames Valley Climate Action

A collective taking and encouraging direct action across the Thames Valley to stop climate change.

e: tvca at / oxford at

Other groups and organisations:


Activist Trauma Support

We are a bunch of anti-capitalist activists who have either experienced or been close to people who have been effected by PTSD or other forms of mental health issues. We are NOT experts about these issues (and if you are we would like to hear from you) but care deeply and want to help.

e: activist_trauma at
t: +44 (0)7952 965 739 (mobile)


An umbrella movement which unites the national environmental organisations and the airport community groups opposed to the aggressive go-for-growth policy of aviation expansion outlined in the Aviation White Paper.

AirportWatch aims to oppose any expansion of aviation and airports likely to damage the human or natural environment, and to promote an aviation policy for the UK which is in full accordance with the principles of sustainable development.

e: info at
t: 020 7248 2227

Art Not Oil

For creativity, climate justice and an end to oil industry sponsorship of the arts.

e: info at
t: 07709 545 116

AT Cooperative (Activist Tat Collective)

Advice, training and resources to enable grassroots movements to put on successful events.


A cyclists’ collective that offers a range of activities to promote cycling and make the links with wider issues of environmental and social responsibility.

e: info at


Works to raise awareness of the negative impacts of industrial biofuels and bioenergy on biodiversity, human rights, food sovereignty and climate change. Based in UK and US, we work with national and international partners to expose and oppose the social and environmental damages resulting from bioenergy-driven increased demand for industrial agriculture and forestry monocultures.

e: biofuelwatch at

Campaign Against Climate Change

Brings people together to push for the urgent and resolute action we need to prevent the catastrophic destabilisation of global climate.

e: info at
t: +44(0)207 833 9311 | Mobile: +44(0)790 331 6331

Climate Rush

Climate Rush is inspired by the Suffragettes. We’re a mixed crew but we agree on one thing: we need to take responsibility now to prepare for the future. The Suffragettes had a slogan: DEEDS NOT WORDS.

e: info at

Coal Action Network

The Coal Action Network is formed of groups and individuals resisting coal mining and infrastructure in the UK.

e: info at

Coal Action Scotland

A grassroots collective that organises non-hierarchically against the advancement of coal as an energy source. We believe that because the use of fossil fuels is inherently destructive, they have no place in our vision of a better world. We stand against social oppression and environmental destruction in all its forms, and as a result also call for an end to capitalism, patriarchy and racism.

e: contact at

Corporate Watch

Corporations have gained a power out of all proportion to their original purpose. We are a research group supporting the campaigns which are increasingly successful in forcing corporations to back down. Corporate Watch is part of the growing anti-corporate movement springing up around the world.

e: contact at
t: +44 (0)207 426 0005

Disabled People Against Cuts

DPAC is about disabled people and their allies. DPAC is UK based but we know that disabled people in other countries are suffering from austerity cuts and a lack of fundamental rights. We welcome all to join us in fighting for justice and human rights for all disabled people.


Earth First!

The general principles behind Earth First! are non-hierarchical organisation and the use of direct action to confront, stop and eventually reverse the forces that are responsible for the destruction of the Earth and its inhabitants. EF! is not a cohesive group or campaign, but a convenient banner for people who share similar philosophies to work under.

Frack Off

Campaigning against extraction of shale gas and other fossils fuels by hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

e: info at

Frack Off Scotland

Part of a global campaign to halt fracking as well as other unconventional gas sources such as Coal Bed Methane and Underground Coal Gasification.
frackoffscotland at

Green and Black Cross

An entirely independent grassroots project set up in the spirit of mutual aid and solidarity to support autonomous social struggles within the UK. It’s a new project set up in November 2010 to provide legal support for protests against the governements wave of massive spending cuts. The project takes inspiration from the Anarchist Black Cross and diverse skills and infrastructure built up over the last decade or so by elements of the environmental movement, such as The Camp for Climate Action.

e: GBC at

Plane Stupid

A network of grassroots groups that take non violent direct action against aviation expansion.

e: info at
t: 07828 632136

Rhizome network

A co-op providing facilitation, mediation, consensus building and training to grassroots activists and communities across the UK, and to those organisations that support activism in all its forms.

e: rhizome at
t: 0845 458 4776

Rising Tide UK

A grassroots network of independent groups and individuals committed to taking action and building a movement against climate change. We do not have a formal membership structure – anyone who supports the political statement on our website can become a part of the network. Rising Tide in the UK is part of the international Rising Tide Network.

e: info at
t: 07708 794665

Seeds for Change

A non-profit training and support co-op helping people organise for action and positive social change.

e: lancaster at / oxford at
t: 0845 330 7583 or 01524 840028 / 01865 403 134

Stop New Nuclear

A campaign to stop new nuclear power stations

e: campaign at

Stop Nuclear Power Network

A UK-based non-hierarchical grassroots network of groups and individuals campaigning and taking nonviolent action against nuclear power and its expansion and supporting sustainable alternatives.

e: network at

UK Tar Sands Network

Campaigns in partnership with Indigenous communities affected by the Tar Sands oil developments in Canada. We target governments, UK companies, banks and investors operating in the Alberta Tar Sands.

e: info at

UK Uncut

A grassroots movement taking action to highlight alternatives to the government’s spending cuts.

e: ukuncut at


visionOntv aims for the widest possible distribution of video for social change.

e: info at
t: +44 (0)207 682 4336


Boycott EDF

A London-based group campaigning against the UK’s addiction to nuclear power.

Bristol Energy Cooperative

A community owned energy cooperative, growing Bristol’s local green energy supply and making the benefits of green energy open to all. Currently launching its first share offer.

e: info at

Critical Mass London

There are probably as many aims of CM as there are participants. Each individual comes there with his or her own idea of what it’s about, and the sum of this makes up the Mass.

e: contact at

Kick Nuclear

A London based grass-roots group campaigning against the UK’s addiction to nuclear power.

e: kicknuclear at

London Coalition Against Poverty

A coalition of groups which are based on the idea that through solidarity and direct action, ordinary people have the power to change our own lives.

e: lcap at
t: 07932 241 737

London Mining Network

An alliance of human rights, development and environmental groups. We pledge to expose the role of companies listed on the London Stock Exchange, London-based funders and the British Government in the promotion of unacceptable mining projects.

e: contact at
t: 07929 023 214

London Rising Tide

Takes creative action on the root causes of climate chaos, and promotes socially just, ecological alternatives to the fossil fuel madness that we’re living through. It’s part of the wider Rising Tide UK and international networks, and seeks to be part of a growing European and worldwide movement of groups working to dismantle the oil industry and live the future we want to see right now.

e: london at
t: 07708 794 665

Occupy LSX: Energy, Equity and Environment Group

Environmental working group set up within the Occupy London movement.


Platform London

PLATFORM works across disciplines for social and ecological justice. It combines the transformatory power of art with the tangible goals of campaigning, the rigour of in-depth research with the vision to promote alternative futures.

e: info at
t: +44 (0)20 7403 3738

Protect the Wilderness Centre Forest of Dean

We came here to hold this land in trust for the people of Gloucestershire and beyond with the intention of creating an environmental education centre to disclose a process of learning the skills and techniques required to move towards a home founded upon the principles of economic self sufficiency and ecological sustainability.

e: all at
t: 07811 726 372

Rising Tide Bristol

Part of Rising Tide UK

e: bristol at

Save Leyton Marsh

We are a bunch of people with different ideas, beliefs and backgrounds. We came together for our important cause: We think our protected green space has been violated and we are working really hard to reverse the wrongful decision to grant planning permission to erect an unnecessary and disruptive Olympic venue in our land.

e: saveleytonmarsh at

South West Against Nuclear

A group based in the South West and Wales formed to combat nuclear new build at Hinkley Point and Oldbury power stations. We focus on raising public awareness through campaigning on the streets and on taking direct action against the nuclear industry.

e: swanactive at

Transition Heathrow

Building community resilience in the shadow of Europe’s busiest airport.

e: info at
t: 07890 751 568


A volunteer-led, community-based, social enterprise, promoting vegan catering and supporting campaigns for humans, other animals and the environment since 1984. Based in Nottingham.

e: info at
t: 0115 960 8254 Lo-Call: 0845 458 9595 Mobile: 07870 861 837


Beehive Design Collective

Cross-pollinating the grassroots

e: pollinators at

Reclaim the Fields

A constellation of young people and collective projects willing to go back to the land and reassume the control over food production. We are determined to create alternatives to capitalism through cooperative, collective, autonomous, real needs oriented small scale production and initiatives, putting theory into practice and linking local practical action with global political struggles.

Rising Tide International Network

A grassroots network of independent groups and individuals committed to taking action and building a movement against climate change. We do not have a formal membership structure – anyone who supports the political statement on our website can become a part of the network.

Rossport Solidarity Camp

At the invitation of the local community, the Rossport Solidarity Camp was set up in June 2005 on the route of the proposed Shell pipeline. The camp is run on the principles of non-hierarchical organisation, collective decision making and individual accountability, with a disciplined work ethic. And it’s a dynamic and fun place to be. The Rossport Solidarity House & Camp provides a base for people who wish to visit the area and/or to stay and learn more about the community campaign called Shell to Sea.

e: rossportsolidaritycamp at
t: +35 (0)3851 141 170


Network for Climate Action

This site is a bit dated, but still contains lots of useful resources.