Climate Solidarity is a trade union project working for a fair and sustainable society.
Climate Solidarity is doing what unions do best - working together, at home and in the workplace, to make the kind of society we want to live in. Action Groups aimed at cutting emissions of dangerous pollution are being set up in workplaces up and down the country.
Join the Climate Solidarity movement. Set up an Action Group in your workplace!
How to get involved
There are three main ways that you can get involved in Climate
See the How to Get Involved pages of the Climate Solidarity website for more information.
Action Group Training
To book your place on a course, please contact Climate Solidarity as soon as possible. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Further dates will be announced shortly.
Climate Solidarity was set up by four trade
University and College Union
Public and Commerical Services Union
National Union of Teachers
Communications Workers Union
They are supported by COIN (Climate Outreach and Information Network) which is a charity which campaigns and educates on climate change.
Climate Solidarity started in July 2009 and will run for at
least two years. This initial phase of the project has received
funding from the Department for Environment, Farming and Rural
Affairs (Defra) as part of the Greener Living Fund programme.
For more information, visit Climate Solidarity.