Energy Costs and the Climate

Obviously, energy prices are a huge concern at the moment but the government still isn’t looking at the investment we need in renewable energy and insulation We need urgent action and we need to make people see that there are climate-friendly solutions like renewable energy and retrofitting homes – not searching for new fossil fuels.

Friends of the Earth is calling for urgent solutions that both end the injustice of fuel poverty and tackle the climate crisis so their main campaign this Autumn is about heating our homes without heating the planet.

They have also done a lot of work into areas with particular problems and which sectors of the community will be worst hit.

You can read their guide explaining what fuel poverty is and who it affects here.

Home heating campaign webinars

As their main focus this Autumn is about heating our homes without heating the planet. There’s a choice of 3 online events in the week of 12 September for you to find out more about the campaign and how you can be involved.

Sign up for a launch event

Warm This Winter
The Climate Coalition (of which we are a member) has joined 40 other groups to officially launch Warm This Winter, a new campaign demanding the government acts now to help tackle rising energy bills this winter and to ensure energy is affordable for everyone in the future. The new website is now live at, and you can find out more about how to support the campaign in the updated social media toolkitkey messages document and brand guide

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