Links
Links

Here’s a few sites we really recommend:

UK Flag

www.wwf.org.uk
WWF’s website 

www.stopclimatechaos.org
UK Coalition of charities united in fight against climate change

www.climatechallenge.gov.uk
If you’re too young to join the Climate Change College, check this out.  It’s theUK Government initiative on climate change, with a competition for 11-18 yr olds become ‘Climate Change Champions’

www.danacentre.org
The UK’s Science Museum has an exciting programme of events on climate change and a pretty cool website.

www.peopleandplanet.org
UK student network of activists campaigning on human rights, the environment and world poverty. 

www.positivenews.org
UK for positive news publishing that covers all aspects of sustainable living, rarely covered in the mainstream press.

powerswitch.panda.org/take_action/switchemoff.cfm
Dirty power stations are polluting the atmosphere, causing climate change and global warming. In this interactive game, switch them off as fast as possible to save our planet's treasures.

www.envision.org.uk/volunteer
And if you're too young for the Climate Change College then this may be of interest to you.
The Envision Programme supports 16-19 year olds in schools and colleges, to develop their own social and environmental projects. The projects that result not only achieve positive change but inspire their creators, and those around them, with their collective capacity to make a real difference. To find out more and apply for this year please visit the link above or call 020 7974 8440.

Netherlands Flag

www.wnf.nl/klimaat
WNF's web site.

www.klimaatportaal.nl

Check out this communication platform on climate change.

www.milieucentraal.nl

Everything about energy and environment in daily life.

www.knmi.nl

The Dutch weather institute explains everything you want to know about climate change in a clear and simple way, from the history, technical process and statisticsto newspaper articles.

www.myclimate.co.uk

Take action yourself, compensate CO2 emissions from air travel.

www.cooldriving.nl

If public transport is not a feasible alternative, compensate for your car's CO2 emissions.

www.greenwheels.nl

Share a car by taking a greenwheels subscription. In the major cities, you will most likely even find a greenwheels car in your street

www.co2meter.nl

Account your CO2 emissions to get insight where you can best reduce them.

            www.vrom.nl
            If you plan to talk to politicians to take action, first check out the Dutch government's positions and action regarding climate change.