Digital technology specialists can join practical project at 2gether08 to build an online network helping communities reduce their carbon footprints.
Groups in towns and villages are already starting to share experience nationally and internationally about local projects to tackle climate change.
However, as Tracey Todhunter explains in this interview, they need technical help on how to raise awareness and communicate better online, by using social media and attracting the interest of public service publishers like Channel 4.
Tracey plans to gather a team together on the first day to add more tools to their current set of blogs, wikis and other communication methods.
They'll work to a brief developed by Tracey and others in the network - and on the second day present back a working demonstration.
Although the main focus of the project is climate change, the tools and networking processes could be applied anywhere.
That's why Tracey hopes Channel 4 might be interested in sharing ideas on how to do this effectively.
In a series of interviews on 2gether08.com, Channel 4 executives have explained how they are moving beyond public service broadcasting to develop a range of interactive tools with partners.
The tools developed at 2gether08 will be used to build a network that will be able to meet face-to-face at a conference in October. This will bring together the Low Carbon Community Network and the Transition Towns Network.