Coventry Climate Action Network tries to bring together students, citizens, politicians, activists and anyone concerned about climate change to discuss how to encourage others to make changes that will help reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. We hold meetings, add news and events to this website, issue newsletters and run projects.

We maintain a list of community groups with an interest in reducing global warming and the environment at https://covcan.uk/community-groups/

We welcome new members. Join us by registering here.

Note that another group with the same name was previously formed by the University of Warwick but has not recently been active except for updating a Facebook page.

For more information about the background to this site see this page.

This site is created and managed by United Nations Association Coventry Branch.

Contact covcanuk@gmail.com


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  1. Pingback:Coventry Climate Action Network (CovCAN) – United Nations Association Coventry Branch

  2. Will someone stop our PM from his hairbrain suggestion
    To plant 18 billion trees on our tiny island thinking that
    he is going to devour all the nasty carbon dioxide.
    The high temperatures and droughts heading our way in the near future, will pale into insignificance on the ratio of carbon from the wild fires.
    Whoever is advising the PM on climate change needs to go back to the drawing board, The UK has enough problems to face without pathetic ideas like this.554

  3. Are there any other members of Covcan that has an interest in reducing the amount of nitrogen dioxide that is pouring into the air that supports life on our planet, Other than your lame leader Philip Browne. If that is you will you please listen to us so that we can reverse climate change in a few years. I am flogging a dead horse until someone in authority listens to me.

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