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The evidence is clear: the main cause of climate change is burning fossil fuels such as oil, gas, and coal. When burnt, fossil fuels release carbon dioxide into the air, causing the planet to heat up.

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We explore the basics of climate change for charities, looking at why charities need to get involved, how charities can get involved, the best resources available to charities, and so much more.

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Making Music’s Climate Change Network brings together leisure-time music groups, musicians and campaigners to discuss what we can do to tackle climate change.

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Free, independent and impartial advice on a wide array of topics relating to sustainability and sustainable living: renewable energy, green building and renovation, water and sewage treatment, organic growing, and more.

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My Footprint

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Calculate your impact then choose and track challenges to help reduce your environmental footprint with WWF’s My Footprint App.

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With the climate crisis becoming a hot topic in mainstream media – there’s a lot of confusion around what climate change actually is and what’s causing it. WWF have tried to clear up some of the most frequently heard myths, so that you can tell fiction from fact!

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How high might temperatures climb and how much rain might fall in your area? The BBC and the Met Office have looked at the UK’s changing climate in detail to find out.

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Members can watch back the livestream from our 2024 Spring Summit and download resources from the day.

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Read our summary of The Department for Education’s strategy for sustainability and climate change for the education and children’s services systems.

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Featuring a range of voices from across the sector and beyond. Tune in as they explore and debate the big questions around the Investment Principles and what they mean for creativity and culture and the people that make it happen.

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