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Make a Difference: Supporting the Charities Fighting Climate Change

When it comes to fighting climate change, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or lost. Knowing where to start can be challenging and can even lead to feelings of worry. However, it’s not all hopeless!
5 Charities Fighting Climate Change

Global sea levels are rising faster today than ever recorded before, and the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere is higher than it has been in three million years.

When it comes to fighting climate change, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or lost. Knowing where to start can be challenging and can even lead to feelings of worry. You might even experience some climate anxiety.

However, it’s not all hopeless! Across the UK (and the world) there are various climate change charities dedicated to reducing humanity’s carbon footprint. These charities work hard to reverse ecological damage and the effects of global warming.

One of the best ways you can show your love for our planet is by donating to one of these charities. Your donation will support them to continue their work in preserving the environment.

We’ll be making donations to each of the charities listed below, and we encourage our community to do the same. Together, we can contribute to building a better, brighter and more stable future for all our children and young people.


The Wildlife Trusts

Based in the UK, The Wildlife Trusts are responsible for protecting and preserving a wide range of natural environments. The Wildlife Trusts tackle the issues involved with climate change, hoping to restore at least a third of the UK’s land and seas for nature by 2030.

A grassroots movement, The Wildlife Trusts have more than 870,000 members and 32,500 volunteers. Each individual Wildlife Trust ensures their local area can flourish and be as “wild” as possible.

Donate to The Wildlife Trusts here.

The Wildlife Trusts.

Blue Marine Foundation

Focused on saving our seas, Blue Marine Foundation enable marine conservation to happen in a speedy and effective way.

The charity secure marine protected areas and help develop new models of sustainable fishing that don’t impact marine life or local communities. They also restore marine habitats and revive threatened species. Any donations made go toward ensuring they meet their goal of protecting 30% of the world’s ocean by 2030.

Donate to Blue Marine Foundation here.

Blue Marine Foundation.

Friends Of the Earth

Campaigning since 1971, Friends of the Earth spread information and awareness about climate change throughout England, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

The climate change charity leads various campaigns. These include reducing air pollution, plastic waste, and saving the bees. The international community is dedicated to protecting the environment, and all those living within the natural world. They are driving real, practical solutions to the environmental issues involved with climate change.

Donate to Friends of the Earth here.Friends of the Earth.


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Keep Britain Tidy

Since 1954, Keep Britain Tidy has been working tirelessly and campaigning to keep the streets of Britain rubbish-free, fighting against the damage done to local environments and ecosystems by litter.

With the help of volunteers across Britain, Keep Britain Tidy aims to cut litter, end waste, and improve public places. They also educate future generations on the importance of taking care of the environment and properly disposing of litter.

Donate to Keep Britain Tidy here.

Keep Britain Tidy

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British Ecological Society

The oldest ecological society in the world, British Ecological Society’s want to see nature and people to thrive.

They have over 6,000 members across the world and hundreds of volunteers committed to helping their cause. British Ecological Society research various ecological scientific issues. They hope to better inform the world on how to deal with issues of climate change, preserving the planet for future generations.

Donate to British Ecological Society here.

British Ecological Society


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