Ask your local shop or supermarket whether they sell local or environmentally friendly produce
If enough people asked for it they would
Find out what your political representatives are doing about climate change
Climate change means an uncertain future, so it's up to you to make sure they are taking it seriously
Sign Downing Street petitions online and suggest environmental actions to our PM
Search petitions for the words “energy”, “environment” or “climate change’
Visit ‘Turn up the Heat’ to petition companies to make their actions more environmentally friendly
Attend one of the monthly local Greenpeace or Friends of the Earth meetings and find out more about local campaigning on environmental issues
If you need an issue to get your teeth into, Ban the bulb are involved in an on-going campaign to phase out and ban incandescent light bulbs and encourage the uptake of energy efficient technologies
Put your savings where your mouth is: find out about your bank's environmental policy and if it's not up to scratch move to one that's better.
The Co-operative Bank are known for their strong environmental stance.
If you have money to invest consult the Ethical Investment Association or the UK Social Investment Forum for information about ‘green’ funds and environmentally conscious financial advice
Do you have a passion for green spaces and wildlife? The Campaign to Protect Rural England focus on protecting the rural landscape in an environmentally friendly way and supporting local food, energy and communities.
Climate Outreach & Information Network organises a Local Policy Action Group, which aims to enhance the actions taken on climate change by Oxfordshire's local authorities, both through lobbying and discussion.