38 Degrees is a British not-for-profit political-activism organisation. It describes itself as "progressive" and claims to "campaign for fairness, defend rights, promote peace, preserve the planet and deepen democracy in the UK". In October 2013, it was reported to claim 1.9 million UK members. 38 Degrees takes its name from the critical angle at which the incidence of a human-triggered avalanche is greatest.

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  • 38 Degrees is a British not-for-profit political-activism organisation. It describes itself as "progressive" and claims to "campaign for fairness, defend rights, promote peace, preserve the planet and deepen democracy in the UK". In October 2013, it was reported to claim 1.9 million UK members. 38 Degrees takes its name from the critical angle at which the incidence of a human-triggered avalanche is greatest. (en)
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  • David Babbs , Blanche Jones , Maddy Carroll , Laura Townshend
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  • 38 Degrees is a British not-for-profit political-activism organisation. It describes itself as "progressive" and claims to "campaign for fairness, defend rights, promote peace, preserve the planet and deepen democracy in the UK". In October 2013, it was reported to claim 1.9 million UK members. 38 Degrees takes its name from the critical angle at which the incidence of a human-triggered avalanche is greatest. (en)
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