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Possible which changed its name from Climate Action in October is a charity that enables people to take practical action on climate change , and combines these local actions to inspire a more ambitious approach to the issue at every level of society.
Its three main projects are Solar Schools, which helps communities crowdfund the cost of solar panels for their local schools; itshappening, which showcases positive examples of progress on climate change; and Back Balcombe, which supports a solar power cooperative in the Sussex village targeted for oil drilling, and promotes community-scale renewable energy nationally.
By uniting people around a simple short term target, Possible aimed to demonstrate public commitment to action on climate change, and build pressure for a strong global treaty at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
On 27 March , the charity launched Back Balcombe, a project set up to support the renewable energy co-operative REPOWERBalcombe , and use its prominence to promote community-scale renewable energy nationally.
In summer , Balcombe became the focal point for a national debate about the role of shale gas and oil in Britain's energy mix, after the start of exploratory oil drilling nearby sparked a major protest and divided local opinion.
In response, a group of residents agreed to establish a community-owned solar project with support from Possible staff.
The project has received widespread media coverage since its launch. Possible also claims to be in touch with seven 'copycat' groups that aim to follow in REPOWERBalcombe's footsteps, several of which are in communities close to proposed fossil fuel drilling projects.
REPOWERBalcombe has installed solar panels on a local farm and two local primary schools, financing them with shares bought by local people.
The itshappening project showcases carbon reduction projects and success stories from around the world, aiming to overcome pessimism about the possibility of tackling climate change and build motivation for more ambitious action.
Possible hosts an online gallery featuring a curated selection of images and brief explanations. The examples chosen represent a wide range of geographical locations, scales and approaches, emphasising counterintuitive or surprising stories.
Supporters are encouraged to share their favourite examples with friends and family via social media and in person.
As of January , the gallery had been shared 11, times. Solar Schools is a community crowdfunding programme that helps schools raise money for solar panels.
Each school has its own webpage where supporters can sponsor squares of a virtual solar roof, and customise these with their name, a photo, and a message of support.
Schools also run offline fundraising events, and upload the proceeds to their webpage. The project is open to primary, secondary and middle schools, and sixth form colleges.
There is no charge to take part. Following a successful pilot phase in the —12 academic year, the project launched nationally in September Another 14 schools are due to start in September The project helps schools reduce their carbon footprint and earn income from the electricity they generate.
But it also aims to strengthen the local community, provide pupils with opportunities to learn about climate change, and build public support for renewable energy by helping communities to benefit from it directly.
As of November , 28 schools had raised enough money for solar panels, and 27 schools had installed them through the scheme.
Independent research commissioned by Possible in spring found that the Solar Schools project has a positive impact on the schools and communities that take part.
Among volunteers and donors it promotes greater charitable giving and eagerness to be involved in community projects. It also encourages more positive attitudes towards renewable energy and climate change.
There was heavy media coverage around the launch date,  and there were regular articles about the campaign's progress published by The Guardian.
The campaign attracted support from a plethora of public figures and organisations, described by the Guardian as from a "cross-section" of UK society.
In December , the organisation claimed to have hubs in 41 countries, including France, Argentina, Ghana, Australia, Bangladesh, Chile and the Netherlands.
First Direct also signed up, and encouraged its employees to do likewise—in the first two weeks had joined. It also put solar panels on its Leeds headquarters.
On Sunday 28 March , Possible launched a campaign to move the clocks in Britain forward by one hour, giving Britain an extra hour of sunlight in the evening.
Possible promoted a carbon reduction rationale for the change, arguing that reduced demand for electric lighting would cut the UK's carbon emissions by , tonnes per year.
The focal point for the campaign was the Daylight Saving Bill. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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