Coventry Climate Action Network (Coventry CAN) was first launched in 2016 by members of staff at Warwick University Toxic Expertise project, including India Foster. We are hoping to integrate this website with their work in the near future.
Their website explains:
We wanted to make connections between local and global scales of research and engagement, showing how climate change, the petrochemical industry, and environmental justice are all interlinked. CoventryCAN aims to highlight the links between environmental justice, petrochemicals and climate change through community events and engagement in Coventry and the surrounding areas. We have run events in Coventry for “Green Week”, including a fantasic event featuring “Green Women in Coventry”, a “Plastic Made Fantastic” local school arts competition including several schools across Coventry, and several events about climate change, from local and international comparative perspectives, throughout the West Midlands. We link people, organisations and groups together, across the region, to inspire and empower people to take climate action individually and through working as a team. In 2018, CoventryCAN has since expanded to become student and community-led, embedded within local and community organisations.
More information on their website. The website and Twitter feed are not very active but their Facebook page is still being updated.