Some of the active climate emergency action and emergency advocacy groups
• Cedamia – Climate Emergency Declaration and Mobilisation in Action
Lead by Margaret Hender and Philip Sutton
• Centre for Climate Safety
Lead by Mik Aidt
• Climate Code Red
Lead by David Spratt
Lead by Paul and Michelle Gilding
• Council Action in the Climate Emergency (CACE)
Lead by Adrian Whitehead and Bryony Edwards
• Vote Climate
Lead by Jane Morton
• Breakthrough – National Centre for Climate Restoration has published a guide, series of reports and papers and organises conferences about the climate emergency. Lead by Luke Taylor
• Over 50 Australian climate action groups support the Climate Emergency Declaration campaign, and some, such as Newcastle Climate Change Response, actively campaign for the declaration of a climate emergency.
• In Canada, Group Mobilisation has been campaigning to get councils to declare a climate emergency since 2018.
• In Denmark, Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke – a part of the international NGO ActionAid – started a petition calling for national climate emergency declaration in September 2019.
• In France, Citoyens pour le Climat runs the campaign website www.urgenceclimatique.fr which contains a list of all French climate emergency declarations and lots of advice, guidance and resources in French language.
• The British design company Leap created a network and a campaign called ‘We Declare A Climate Emergency’ on www.climate-emergency.com
• A group of UK business leaders, who want to accelerate action on the climate emergency, have set up a not for profit company to run ‘Business Declares’ as a campaign to the end of 2020: www.businessdeclares.com
• Numerous Extinction Rebellion groups in the United Kingdom actively campaign for the declaration of a climate emergency.
• For the European election, there was an British initiative uniting Extinction Rebellion-inspired candidates in an alliance: www.climateemergencyindependents.co.uk
• In the United States, The Climate Mobilization similarly advocates for restoring a safe climate for all at emergency speed.
Lead by Margaret Klein Salamon and Ezra Silk
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