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Is it Our Fault?
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Local groups can form and
grow by methods including:
Introductions from contacts
made via this web site.
Campaigning activities by
individuals or existing members.
Like-minded people already in
touch with one another.
Suggested local group
the many energy saving possibilities; set
and review personal targets (not too seriously!) for energy savings in the home, in leisure and
travel and, where there is potential for influence, in the workplace and in
schools (e.g. see page Saving Energy).
Discuss climate change and
latest news reports / television & radio programs / web information.
Topics can encompass e.g. renewable energy, scepticism, government
Agree on any campaigning
activities and carry them out on a single or multiple person basis, e.g.
members can individually place notices, contact local organisations, give
talks (ask us for Powerpoint file and content ideas), whereas two or three members together can man a stand in a town location
or at an event (see page Campaigning).