• 100 Days our new campaign is launching soon →

    Incredible! Our election campaign, The Nation Needs You!, has helped us to reach over 50,000 voters and hundreds of organisations from across the UK who want real change on Climate and Nature – now we are ready for the next stage of our campaign.

    Over the coming weeks we will be updating our websites and launching the next campaign on the road to make the Climate and Nature Bill law – 100 Days.

    With a new Government, a new Parliament, we are continuing to keep the pressure up for science-led, joined-up policy to tackle the Climate and Nature crises.

    Together we CAN!


About Us

About Us

Zero Hour is the campaign group behind the Climate and Nature Bill. The Bill was first developed with members of the successful ‘Big Ask’ campaign which led to the Climate Change Act 2008, and is now led by a coalition of UK campaigners, world-leading scientists, academics and members of the public. The Climate and Nature Bill was first introduced to Parliament in September 2020. The updated Bill was introduced in the House of Lords in June 2022.

The Climate and Nature Bill has received backing from a wide range of supporters from different fields including Liz Bonin, Ben Fogle, Kumi Naidoo (Director, Greenpeace International, 2009-16); musician, Thom Yorke; environmentalist, Bill McKibben; Volans co-founder, John Elkington and actor-playwright Sir Mark Rylance. For a full list of supporters, head to our Allies and Supporters page.

The Team

We’re a small team of mostly volunteers, driven by a shared commitment to ensure that the UK Government delivers a serious climate-nature emergency strategy.

We’re also keen to hear from those who’d like to support the campaign, so please get in touch if you’re keen to volunteer for the Alliance—there are roles across every team, and we’re always growing.

Contact Us

Visit our contact us page for all our team’s contact details.

Our Funders

 

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