38,517 people have joined Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall in supporting the campaign for the Climate & Ecology Bill — a plan for the UK to do its bit in keeping global warming down to 1.5°C and reversing biodiversity loss by 2030
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Zero Hour is the campaign for the Climate and Ecology Bill, formerly the CEE Bill.
It's a plan for a new UK law that addresses the full extent of the climate emergency and nature crisis in line with the most up-to-date science.
The Bill is the only proposed legislation before the UK Parliament that ensures a comprehensive and joined-up approach to the climate emergency and nature crisis.
The Climate and Ecology Bill makes sure the UK does its bit to keep global warming down to 1.5°C, which gives us a chance to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. This means cutting down greenhouse gas emissions really fast.
While the existing Environment Act only offers to halt the decline of nature by 2030, the Climate and Ecology Bill commits to reversing biodiversity loss by 2030.
Weaning ourselves off fossil fuels means big changes. So it’s important that everyone is on board with them. That’s why the Bill also calls for a climate and nature assembly to help Government and Parliament develop an emergency strategy on the way forward.
The Bill, which was written by scientists, experts and campaigners, was first introduced in Parliament by Caroline Lucas MP in September 2020 and now has the backing of over 150 parliamentarians representing all major political parties.
Join the Zero Hour campaign and let's tackle the climate emergency and the nature crisis together.
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Climate & Ecology Bill?
The campaign for the Climate and Ecology Bill needs your support.
It's a new plan for the UK to tackle the climate emergency, global warming and biodiversity loss– written by scientists, experts and campaigners.
Climate and Ecology Bill is a plan to:
1. Make sure the UK cuts its emissions fairly and fully to stand the best chance of keeping 1.5°C alive
2. Make sure the UK reverses the destruction of nature by 2030
3. Involve citizens in deciding the fairest way forward
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Climate & Ecology Bill
vs Climate Emergency
Leading scientists say we risk losing control of our climate for good unless we quickly reduce emissions and restore lost nature.
That’s where the Climate & Ecology Bill comes in.
It's a way to prevent the worst effects of climate change, reduce global warming, and reverse biodiversity loss.
Those same scientists have worked with MPs, legal experts, ecological economists and campaigners to bring the Climate & Ecology Bill before Parliament. It’s specifically designed to reverse climate and ecological breakdown, offering us real hope.
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Fossil fuel giants spend millions lobbying politicians each year.
But it’s donations from everyday grassroots campaigners that make up the bulk of our support.
Your donation, no matter the size, can genuinely impact our efforts to secure a sustainable future for generations to come. Helping us to get the CE Bill made into law and tackling the climate emergency and reversing biodiversity loss.
Please contribute today and join us in the fight against climate change and nature loss.
Together, we can make a difference!