“Delivering advice, support and activities to businesses,
communities and schools around Climate Change Action.”

We address issues around climate change and the environment in the North East of England and provide practical solutions and actions for local groups, communities, schools and businesses in the region.

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Pollinator Parks added to B-Line map

The B-Lines network for England, which aims to help restore populations of insects, has added the Climate Action North Pollinator Parks project located at the North East Business Innovation Centre (BIC) to its map. B-Lines was launched by conservation charity Buglife...

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Take action this World Elephant Day

Today, 12 August 2020, is World Elephant Day, a celebration of wild elephants all over the world. To mark the occasion we have released the latest Let's Talk Nature & Climate which features CEO and Co-Founder of Mahouts Elephant Foundation Sarah Blaine. We have been...

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Round up of our climate positive actions 

Despite lockdown and working from home (you can read more about that here) we’ve been busy developing new projects and getting involved with different groups and initiatives. All with a focus on taking positive action in the climate, ecological and biodiversity...

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Let’s talk nature and climate

Climate Action North is launching a series of online talks about nature and the climate crisis. 'Let's talk nature and climate” is hosted by Sharon Lashley who will chat to people with stories to tell, across the North and UK wide, in the climate crisis fight with a...

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Join our Green Recovery Action Network

Photo credit: Dr Phoebe Carter and Silverlake Dorset A green recovery which centre-stages climate action is the only way we can bounce forward and build back better and greener from the impact of Covid-19; and to withstand future shocks. As a purpose-led community...

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Bouncing forward for a new, better and greener future

A slim silver lining to the terrible Covid-19 pandemic is a glimpse of the cleaner and healthier environment that is possible. The unexpected positive benefits of lockdown include a reduction of emissions and a significant improvement on air quality. It has also...

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Dare to be wild!

June is the month when we’re encouraged to take part in the UK’s biggest nature challenge, which inspires daily random acts of wildness – from bird watching, walking barefoot on grass, to sitting beneath a tree. The annual 30 Days Wild challenge celebrates the rich...

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The clock is ticking – it’s Time for Nature

This World Environment Day, Climate Action North will host an online event on 5 June to celebrate the occasion. ‘Time for Nature’ will feature an impressive line-up of speakers who will talk about the natural world, how they spend their time in nature, while...

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Is your company climate resilient?

Resilience offers you a simple business choice: prepare now or pay later. It’s difficult to forecast and prepare for every scenario or crisis that may occur in the future but, as a business owner, it’s your responsibility to consider the risks you face, use lessons...

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