The Camp for Climate Action relies of hundreds of dedicated individuals working together to make things happen. We need your help too!
Various local groups meet regularly around the country, and then form an autonomous "neighbourhood" at camp. If you want to take direct action with people from your local area this is a great place to start.
The big decisions about climate camp are made at UK gatherings, where lots of us meet somewhere in the UK over a weekend. Find out when the next one is.
Working groups are smaller groups with a particular remit, for example the "site" group's job is to sort out all the practicalities around setting up camp. Anyone can join a working group and start helping out!
Find out why Climate Change is such a threat to life on earth, and why some of the proposed "solutions" aren't really helping.
Our decisions are made through an open, inclusive and participatory consensus process, so everybody can feel happy with the outcome.
Climate campers have been putting their bodies in the way of climate criminals since the very first camp. This page will give you some hints and tips about how to get started in the world of direct action!
A lot of effort goes into producing and distributing publicity about the climate camp. Persuading other to come along too is an easy but important task.