Low Carbon Warwickshire Network

is making  inspirational changes in the village of Harbury to encourage residents elsewhere. It aims to connect low carbon groups across the county, sharing ideas and stimulating and supporting new activity. Although primarily rural , we exclude no one. Its focus is mostly practical, developing EV charge points and supporting a wide range of other low carbon projects. It produces a regular online newsletter, available on its website.

Clean Air Warwickshire

wants Warwickshire to be a county where
air quality is excellent,
people are prioritised over vehicles,
there is a high degree of active travel, and
people are aware of the importance of clean air.

Community Energy Warwickshire

is a new approach to local energy — a community benefit society whose aim is to invest in renewable energy projects and to help local people to reduce their use of energy and save money. Their projects include solar panels on the roofs of hospitals in Stratford upon Avon, Warwick and Leamington Spa.

Coventry Climate Action Network

Coventry is no longer in Warwickshire (it was until 1972, when it became part of the West Midlands), but is still a major city in the heart of the county. Coventry’s Climate Action Network, Coventry CAN, brings together students, citizens, politicians, activists and anyone concerned about climate change to discuss how to encourage others to make changes that will help reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.The website is created and managed by United Nations Association Coventry Branch.

Napton Environmental Action Team

 is a group which aims to tackle environmentally related issues within the Parish of Napton. NEAT actively promotes the changes needed for a truly sustainable future that protects the interests of future generations. The group has a wealth of practical experience at the local level.

Act on Energy

 Working Across Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Birmingham, Coventry and Solihull, Act on Energy encourages energy conservation by providing free and impartial advice to householders and small businesses in Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull and surrounding local areas. Go to their website to find out about grants and projects in your area or call them on the advice line 0800 988 2881