Climate change coalition launches 100 months campaign

A coalition of campaign groups has launched a new initiative to try to get the public to take action on climate change.

The One Hundred Months Campaign – so called because climate experts predict that in 100 months some aspects of global warming will be irreversible – is being coordinated by Anitaroddick.com, the campaigning website named after the late Body Shop founder, the Women's Institute, the Green Belt Movement, the New Economics Foundation and climate change campaign website Enoughsenough.

The campaign works by getting the public to sign up for monthly email bulletins that will include advice on how to combat climate change.

A statement on Anitaroddick.com read: "We have about 100 months to turn the tide on global warming - each month you'll get helpful tips on how to make that month count."

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