Storage and Use of Personal Information

This website is provided as a public service by Children in a Changing Climate Coalition (CCC) with the technical support of GRP. CCC is committed to protecting your privacy. If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please e-mail CCC. When you visit the Children in a Changing Climate website, we log non-personally-identifiable information including IP address, profile information, aggregate user data, and browser type. We use this data to monitor usage and improve our website services.

In cases where you have provided Children in a Changing Climate with personal data, this may be used internally by IDS to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the services we provide. We may also use this information to contact you in the future unless or until such a time that you say you do not wish us to do so.

When you request to receive information, publications or eNewletters, you will need to provide a limited amount of information that identifies you personally. This may include one or more of the following: your name, address, telephone number, email, credit card information or other information appropriate to your request or order. We will not share your personal information with third parties.

The database holding your personal details is held in the UK and the 1998 UK Data Protection Act applies. You have the right to inspect and update your personal details. You can do this yourself by following the instructions given on this website. If you require help with this, please contact the CCC who will process your request within a reasonable time.

Password Protected Services

Copy: You are responsible for the safeguarding of any information, such as passwords and user IDs needed for use of your computer and/or your account with Children in a Changing Climate, and CCC will not be responsible for any consequences of such information failing to be adequately safeguarded.

You should not enter information on behalf of another person or about any other person.
You are required to use all reasonable endeavours to ensure against unauthorised access to the service, in particular the use of user names and passwords by unauthorised individuals.
Password reminders and other information from the service will be sent to the email address you have given.