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CROYDON CLIMATE ACTION

In 2019, Croydon Climate Action was founded to work in partnership with Croydon Friends of the Earth, specifically to work on local campaigns relating to climate change. 


We are a group of passionate individuals who work with local councils, businesses, schools and communities to ensure the future of Croydon is climate-friendly. 

We are currently focussing on the upcoming London Mayoral and London Assembly 2021 elections and we want our candidates to stand up for the planet and take our 10-point Climate Action Plan as a pledge.

If you want to become a member, campaign with us or have any questions about what we do, get in touch today.

 
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STEERING COMMITTEE

 
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KATHERINE LINSLEY

Katherine has loved animals, plants and the outside world since she was little and has always been passionate about protecting the environment. Katherine studied Politics and International Relations at university and has since worked for both the public and charity sectors. After attending the initial launch event hosted by Friends of The Earth she volunteered to be one of the founding organisers and is excited to see what this reinvigorated group can achieve.

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CONNIE MUIR

Even before Connie studied Geology at university, she had an interest in learning about the natural world. She has been in the energy and utilities sector for four years and is working towards a career in renewable energy solutions. As a long-time supporter of Friends of the Earth, Connie joined forces with Katherine to reignite the Climate Action group in her home town of Croydon.

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OMAR ABU-SEER

Omar is a third generation Croydonian who loved the borough before it was cool. He studied Environmental Science at university and is a Maker with London National Park City. Omar recently finished a traineeship at the London Wildlife Trust working on the mostly Croydon-based Brilliant Butterflies project, and is passionate about not only making climate politics and the natural world accessible, but encouraging active participation from all.

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LÉONIE OSBORNE

In her long and fulfilling career as a Primary teacher and Headteacher, Léonie worked to enable children and young people to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes to grow as responsible citizens who actively respect and care for one another and the world in which they live. She welcomes the opportunity as Chair of Croydon Friends of the Earth to work in partnership with Croydon Climate Action to raise awareness of the impact of climate change and to engage with others in shaping Croydon’s green future.