Bridport Climate Response aims to raise awareness, motivation and practical actions by households in responding to the climate crisis, and to draw on inputs from young people, voluntary organisations and local businesses to assist this. This work is based on consultations with local voluntary groups in the Climate Forums in November 2021, and with individuals in September 2021.

Bridport Climate Response is led by Seeding our Future, a small non-profit team based in Bridport, which is an affiliate of Schumacher Institute, a registered charity in Bristol. Seeding our Future liaises regularly with Bridport Town Council’s Climate Action Subcommittee and with other local environmental groups, and welcomes inputs from local organisations and volunteers.

The cost of creating this website has been supported by a grant from Bridport Town Council, which is much appreciated.