28 January 2015

Show The Love schools media pack

We want as many people as possible to know that young people are engaged in taking action on climate change. If you’re planning something special at your school, why not shout about it? We’ve put together some tips on how to share what you’re doing with local media outlets and on social media.

Resource tags: Media materials
9 July 2013

Report: A new conversation with the centre-right about climate change

This ground breaking report – by the Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) – presents the evidence for more effectively engaging centre-right citizens around climate change.

It argues that if climate change is to break out of its ‘left wing ghetto’, it must be communicated in a way that resonates with the values of the centre-right – and offers four narratives for bringing climate change into the mainstream.

5 March 2013

Energy Bill: Template local press release (MP has NOT signed amendment)

This is a template press release for you to edit and send to local media if your MP has NOT agreed to sign the green jobs amendment to the Energy Bill. 

Don't forget to send any photos of your meeting or photo stunt!

More tips on getting local media coverage

Resource tags: Media materials
5 March 2013

Energy Bill: Template letter to local paper

This is a template letter you can adapt and send to your local paper, encouraging your MP to sign the 'green jobs' amendments to the Energy Bill. 

You can find more in our guide to gettting local media coverage

15 January 2013

Top tips: Getting local media coverage

A Stop Climate Chaos Local Connections guide for grassroots campaigners on how to get good media coverage for your cause.

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