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6,764 emails have been sent so far, can you write to your MP today?

Your MP cares what you think. Whatever response you get back—we know that each email sent calling for the Climate and Nature Bill has a real impact, and builds pressure for your local MP to join our campaign.

Will you write to your MP today? The more personal your message, the more likely you are to hear back. But don’t worry, you don’t need to be an expert, just let your MP know why you care about the environmental crises and (perhaps) why you think locking joint-up action on the climate and nature crises into legislation is critical.

Write from the heart but—if you do want more factual information check—out our FAQs, or you can use the sample email below as a starting point.

If your MP already backs the Bill, then do write to thank them. You can find a list of supporting MPs, here.

And—critically—please keep in touch and let us know when you hear back from your MP by contacting us at [email protected]. Thank you!


How To Write To Your MP

It takes just 5 minutes to send your MP a personalised email, here are the steps:

1- Check if your MP supports the Bill
2- View the example email below
3- Complete the form on this page
4- Click the ‘Find Your MP’ button
5- You will be forwarded to WriteToThem.com
6- Select the name of your MP
7- Write your personalised email
8- Check your details
9- Click the ‘Preview and send’ button
10- Preview your message
11- Click the ‘I’m happy, send it’ button


Example Email

Below is an example email – please write to your own MP in your own words as this helps increase the likelihood that your MP will reply.

As one of your constituents, I’m writing about a vitally important matter—the need to ensure that the UK has the strongest laws in place to reverse the destruction of nature, and reduce our greenhouse gas emissions in line with 1.5°C. Two key targets that are essential to the UK’s future.

Specifically, I’m writing to ask if you will support the Climate and Nature Bill, introduced in the House of Commons on 10 May. It is a vital, new, cross-party proposal—drafted by world-leading scientists—to ensure that the UK plays its full role in tackling biodiversity loss and climate change.

Though the UK has a record of environmental legislation, from the Climate Change Act 2008 to the 2050 Target Amendment Order 2019, there is a gap between what is currently being delivered—and what the Government needs to do to act in line with the latest science.

The Climate and Nature Bill, or CAN Bill, would:

1) Provide a clear, joined-up plan—as the crises in climate and nature are deeply intertwined, requiring a plan that considers both together.

2) Reduce UK emissions in line with the Paris Agreement—ensuring that UK emissions are reduced rapidly, for the best chance of limiting warming to 1.5°C.

3) Halt and reverse the decline in nature—setting nature measurably on the path to recovery by 2030, as agreed at COP15.

4) Ensure that the UK takes responsibility for our overseas footprint—both emissions and ecological.

5) Involve the public—giving people a say in finding a fair way forward through a ‘climate and nature assembly’.

Thank you for considering your support for the CAN Bill. I look forward to hearing from you, and if possible, please copy [email protected] in your reply.


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