Funded projects map
Find out more about currently funded Climate Challenge Fund projects.
51 organisations have been awarded funding to run Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) projects in 2020-22 and will commence activities from 1 April 2020. They join 17 organisations that have CCF projects entering the second year of their activities.
CCF projects help communities to tackle climate change by reducing local carbon emissions. They help people in their local areas to reduce reliance on car travel, cut waste, grow local food and lower energy use in homes and community buildings. Each of the projects runs activities that reflect the needs of their community and all of them help people to increase their knowledge of climate change.
Are you keen to learn how to ride a bike? Perhaps you want to learn how to repair and upcycle stuff and cut waste? Is it growing and cooking local food you're interested in? Maybe you want advice on how to make you home more energy efficient? Or do you want to find out more about climate change?
Find out what free support your local project offers via the map below (or access the information in list format here) and get in touch. Or why not see if volunteering opportunities are available?
Below you will find a summary for each of the currently funded CCF projects, plus links to further information and contacts accessible via websites and social media.