Low Carbon Communities Network (LCCN)

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  • Our Story

    The Low Carbon Communities Network (LCCN) now links over 600 groups and activists across the UK. It was set up in 2008 and is now based in Oxford.

    It aims to work alongside communities and organisations in the UK and across the world to halt global warming as far as is possible, to encourage the adoption of low carbon and zero carbon policies, technologies and lifestyles through local action, and to enable those active at a local level to positively influence UK national and local government policy and practice. Any group supporting these aims can join and there is no fee. It’s an open network that includes climate action groups, transition towns, FoE groups, parish councils and more.

    LCCN produces an e-newsletter that covers local action and national policy. It works closely with the Communities and Climate Action Alliance that links LCCN with the Transition Network and other networks of grass roots groups.

    It’s a simple way to plug in to national action, and LCCN is always keen to hear about good work being done locally, so why not join and share!

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  • Owner verified listing

    LCCN, c/o 47 Crabtree Rd., Oxford