Think & Do Camden

Our Vision

Continue to grow a community ecosystem that is resilient, and responsive to climate, environmental and social injustice.
Think & Do is the combined effort of a number of environmentally-minded volunteers and staff, each inspired with a ‘What If…’ vision of how the future could be. Read more…

meet the team

Our Mission

Think & Do will co-design and implement creative solutions to needs identified at a local level, with partners ranging from residents and local councils to schools, businesses, and the whole community.
People from all walks of life are coming together to address the climate crisis, inequality, and division to build a better future. If we act as individuals, it will be too little. But if we act as one big community, it might just be enough, and it might just be in time!

News and Events

Poster for the Cholo Khā'i Cafe

Drum roll please… we are launching a new social enterprise in the form of a pop-up planet friendly, community cafe. Run by a team of talented local women who will be learning all the skills required to run their own cafe. It will be open every Thursday from May 2nd 8am-4pm at Somers Town Community Association Cafe,
150 Ossulston Street,
London, NW1 1EE.
Read more…

Poster for Comuni-trees planting
Poster for Communi-trees planting

We’ve done it ! Thanks to support from the Koko Foundation we have just finished planting an orchard of 82 trees across 8 sites in Abbey and Mortimer estates Kilburn. Residents came and joined us for our action packed community planting party days. More news soon! If you live on a Camden estate and would like an orchard, get in touch! Contact:

Poster for the Sharing Space at the British Library

We are excited to be launching a Sharing Space series at the British Library. Our Earth Stories programme will run for 3 months every Tuesday from 16th January.

16th January:
3:30-4:30: Climate Cafe. Free tea coffee and cake.
4:30-5:30: Earth Stories with storyteller/poets: Pomme Edwards and Ian Grant .Let’s create an Earth Story to share together. What story does the Earth want us to tell each other right now?
Henna Art.
5:30-6:30pm: Free veggie supper.

23rd January:
3:30-4:30 Climate Cafe. Free tea coffee and cake.
4:30-5:30 Water Stories with photographer Kelly Hill. Why is this transparent, colourless, odourless element so vital to all living things? Let’s share our stories from different shores on distant lakes, to rivers, seas and oceans.
Water colour painting with Stephen Evans.
5:30-6:30pm. Free veggie supper.

Where: The Last Word Community Space, British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB.

Ashden and Camden Think & Do launch new funding

Ashden and Camden Think & Do launch new funding

Climate action charity Ashden is joining forces with Think & Do to replicate the highly successful Sharing Spaces project. Read more about this project on the Ashden web site.

Set Up a Sharing Space

Would you like to set up a Sharing Space? Could you once a week help turn your TRA hall, or another underused space, into a cosy community hub? Think&Do has helped residents set up a weekly Sharing Space in Somers Town. Could you help set one up where you live? Contact:

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The Camden Climate Connectors

Have you heard about the Camden Climate Connectors yet? We are working with Camden Clean Air Initiative and Camden Climate Alliance on this exciting project to connect the dots between schools, community groups and businesses. So if you’re one of them in Camden and want to find out what the eco-system can offer, fill in this form and we’ll try our best to make a match with you and another organisation who can help!

The form for the Camden Climate Connectors

Think&Do January Newsletter

Think & Do January Newsletter

Sharing Space Eats

Think&Do have recently launched a social enterprise called, Sharing Space Eats. Local Camden chefs (in particular the ladies from Somers Town) have been trained in food and hygiene catering, and now are providing catering for all kinds of events. If you know of any events which need catering, get in touch: email