Use this portal to discover the fantastic things that great people are already doing in your neighbourhood. This is a list of national organisations which enable you to search their websites for local groups, service providers or qualified people near you.
Simply look up the relevant subject from the subject menu on the right-hand side and find an organisation of interest. Then enter your postcode on their website to find the nearest company or group that can help you. For example, there are groups to help you find an installer to fit solar panels on your home, or plan a journey without a car.
Finally, if you know of any great groups or initiatives that are missing from the list please drop us a line. With your support we can create the zero-carbon world we urgently need.
Find a Friends of the Earth Group in your community:
Find a Transition initiative near you:
The National Insulation Association (NIA) has a list of approved installers. The NIA postcode locator tool is at the top of their website:
The Home Energy Saving Advice Service on 0300 123 1234 if you are in England or Wales.
If you are based in Scotland, call Home Energy Scotland on: 0808 808 2282.
If you are in Northern Ireland, please call 0800 1422 865.
Chimneys need to be swept at least once a year if burning wood. https://www.findachimneysweep.co.uk/
A fascinating map of all renewable energy projects in the UK over 1MW is available through My Grid GB broken down by technology. There would be millions if every renewable energy project was listed hence the one mega watt and above criteria for inclusion. However, people with renewables are the most evangelical supports so if you ask politely many organisations will happily show you around their installation.
If there isn't a renewable energy group near you and you are interested in setting one up, the Community Energy Resource Hub has lots of information on technology, models and finance that is free to use to kick start your plans.
Installers registered under the Microgeneration Certificate Scheme (MCS) can fit solar photovoltaic panels, solar thermal collectors, heat pumps, biomass boilers, micro CHP or wind turbines for your home or business. To find an MCS installer in your area please search http://www.microgenerationcertification.org/consumers/consumers
To install a wood stove suppliers need to be approved by HETAS.
Organic Food search from the Soil Association, including shops, veg box schemes and restaurants. https://www.soilassociation.org/organic-living/buy-organic/
Map of Sustainable Restaurant Association Members: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?ll=53.154504707535224%2C-1.1735878551758105&hl=en&z=6&mid=1qeO7zEsC_OZXpbAPegN7YzF2tia0hJIF
What happens to your waste once you’ve done your bit?
How Polluted is Your Street? Check the air quality in your neighbourhood via this BBC website.
The location of charging stations for electric cars are listed on publicly available map, https://www.zap-map.com/live/.
Car clubs available in major cities so you can be free of car ownership and also try out electric car models.
What you need to do to repair and rebuild.
Sign up for free flood alerts from the Environment Agency for your home or business
The Floodline telephone number is 0345 988 1188
National Flood Forum can support in setting up a local Flood Action Group if your community is at risk of flooding.
Free water saving products are available from your local water company: Find yours here.
The Red Cross supports communities by providing emergency response volunteers to incidents such as floods or fire. To find out more about volunteering in your neighbourhood please visit https://www.redcross.org.uk/get-involved/volunteer/volunteer-in-emergencies
Climate change is an issue that can only be fixed by political support. To discuss your thoughts with your MP is an excellent idea: To find your MP visit: http://findyourmp.parliament.uk/.
The Climate Change Coalition runs events to raise awareness of climate change and speak to your MP. https://www.theclimatecoalition.org/
Planting a tree is one of the easiest ways to make a positive impact on the environment.
If there are other great websites or directories that we are missing please us know.