Below are some of the actions you can take to help the Zero Hour campaign for the Climate & Ecology Bill. There are lots of ways you can get involved. Let's tackle the climate and nature crisis together.
Join the campaign
First step is to join the Zero Hour campaign. That way you can show your support for the Climate & Ecology Bill. It’s free, easy and takes just 2 minutes to sign up, visit our join page.
Write to your MP
What’s easier than sending an email? We’ve made the process as simple as possible. Head to our handy tool to write to your MP today and ask them to back the Climate & Ecology Bill.
We need to reach lots of people, many organisations, and MPs from across all parties. That means we need money to fund our campaign. Your donation really helps make the difference.
Sign Nature Petition
Join Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Dr Mya-Rose and sign the United for Nature petition, calling on the Prime Minister to set a legally-binding target to reverse nature loss by 2030. Add your name to the petition today.
It’s time to get your craft on to help save our natural world! Paper artist Tina Luo has create 3 origami designs of species that are at risk of extinction. Will you make an origami species—and send it to your MP today?
Sign Health Letter
Medical professionals will you join us, and DAUK, in asking the Health Secretary, Steve Barclay MP, to take decisive action on the environmental and health crisis by backing the Climate & Ecology Bill. Add your name to our health letter today.
Write to your Council
Ask your local council to pass a motion in support of the Bill to help showcase constituency support. Over 200 councils across the UK have already passed motions – once again, we’ve made this as simple as possible.
Letters from the Global South
An interactive exhibition and workshop experience, providing an illustrated introduction to the science behind the CE Bill. Designed for non-environmental groups and grassroots organisations with little to no previous experience in climate change-related campaigns. Aiming to raise awareness of the CE Bill and encourage participation from diverse community groups.