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Privacy policy


In brief: 

  • We promise to collect only personal information about you that you directly give to us. 

  • We promise to keep it secure. We will never rent or sell it. 

  • We promise to be transparent about why we hold it. 

  • We promise to give you control over it by showing how you can access, update and delete it. 

  • We promise not to collect personal data on website users. 


N.B. This privacy policy also applies to the site (which includes other work on green grids and is managed by Climate Parliament as a member of the GGI Secretariat). 


In full: 

Do please read the full version of our Privacy Policy here: 

What kinds of personal information do we hold? 

  • Your name, email address and phone number. Possibly also your organisation’s name, your job title, your company and/or home address and which Climate Parliament events you have attended. 

  • The Climate Parliament website uses Wix Analytics to collect non-personal information on website users, such as session length, pages visited and files downloaded. 

  • The Climate Parliament website was built using the Wix content management system, which uses cookies to perform essential functions, such as allowing users to register and remain logged in. Cookies are only used for website administrators; they are not used for general website visitors. 

Why do we collect this information? 

  • So we can let you know about Climate Parliament-related matters that we think may be of interest to you, like inviting you to Climate Parliament events. 

  • So we can be transparent about Climate Parliament’s trustees, advisors, and the people and organisations we work with. 

  • So we can better fulfil our charitable object of action on climate change – for example, by tracking the number of visits to specific pages on our website to see how useful those pages are. 

  • So we can carry out our obligations if we enter into a contract with you for the provision of goods or services. 

How can you access and update your personal information? 

You can contact us by email at any time to ask about the personal information we hold on you. Please email us at  

  • You have the right to: 

  • Ask us what personal information we hold about you, and to make a reasonable request for a copy of that information 

  • Ask us to limit our use of your personal information, or to delete it from our records if there is no compelling reason for us to hold on to it 

  • Ask us to correct or remove information you think is inaccurate 

  • Complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office if you think we are mishandling your personal information. 

For how long do we hold this information? 

  • We hold this information for no longer than necessary to fulfil Climate Parliament’s charitable purposes. 

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