For further information about ways to get involved please click on the following links
Local groups and Organisations
Eco Chi website
Extinction Rebellion Chichester please contact them via email, email@example.com for further information and check our calendar for further meetings or events
Transition Chichester (various sub projects including Repair Cafe, Swap Shop, wildflowers, veg gardening at Bishops Palace Gardens, and orchards)
Chichester Conservation Volunteers for those of you wanting to get involved in practical, hands on conservation projects in the Chichester area
Chichester Organic Gardening Society Aims of the Society
To encourage the growing of healthy produce and beautiful gardens by sustainable and environmentally kind gardening methods. To provide a focus for local gardeners and growers to meet those sharing their interest in gardening with nature, both for social activities and to discuss gardening and related issues.
Tuppenny Barn Our vision is to create a better future for our children through inspiring communities to learn about sustainable and organic food.
Friends of Centurion Way a local group trying to preserve Centurion Way as a wildlife corridor as well as local resource
Clean Air find out ways to improve the air you breathe
Make the climate pledge – West Sussex County Council has lots of useful information about reducing your carbon footprint
Groups in the South East
Sussex Green Living is a green network, website, children’s educational club and recycled stand, our mission being to inspire families to lead a greener life.
CleverGreen Group is a platform for inspiring change to a more sustainable lifestyle for individuals and greener practice for businesses.
South East Climate Alliance We are a coalition of local environment, community and faith groups across South East England uniting for urgent action on climate change. We are calling on all our Local Councils to declare a Climate Emergency.
West Sussex County Council (WSCC) Get involved in your local community but attending meetings or asking your local councillors about their policies. Make your voice heard via their County Local Committee follow the link to find out more
Bristol is trying to become a Gold Sustainable Food City. Read more and find out ways you can make changes locally
Eyesofgaia Eyes of Gaia is coordinated by Nicola Peel who is a full time environmentalist. This website is packed full of useful information including changes you can make as an individual to lessen your impact on the environment. See my post from 20.5.19 for some top tips from the website.
How big is your carbon footprint? Use the WWF footprint calculator to find out