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sammy the snowman needs your help this holiday

 
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NOTICE CHANGES

Signs of climate change are all around us. Look out for early signs of spring and let us know what you’ve seen.

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MAKE A GREEN HEART

Make, wear, and share a green heart. We have tons of creative green heart projects and ways to help the love go even further.

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INVOLVE YOUR PUPILS

Whether you have an hour or all afternoon, there are lots of ways your school can show the love this Valentine's Day.

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#ShowTheLove for your children puffins gardening football migrating birds white winters people around the world coffee

 

Climate change is impacting on many of the things we love and cherish. It can be seen from the roaring football pitches to the silent woodlands. It is changing the seasons, upsetting the crops that feed us, and affecting bee populations.

BUT WE STILL HAVE HOPE

A world powered by clean and secure energy within a generation is within our reach. The changes and investment needed to protect our world have begun. We can have new jobs and new industries. We can have healthier families and safer communities. We have the power to choose.

Together let's protect the world we love from climate change and make sure our love is felt by those who can make a world of difference.

 
 

JOIN HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TODAY TO SHOW THE LOVE FOR A WORLD POWERED BY CLEAN AND SECURE ENERGY

 
"As a young farmer, our time is now. I've got a career and a family, and I want to look after them and leave the farm and world for the next generations."Richard Bower, Farmer

"As a young farmer, our time is now. I've got a career and a family, and I want to look after them and leave the farm and world for the next generations."Richard Bower, Farmer

"We’re always seeking to be as energy efficient as possible, looking at renewables, and aiming to be carbon neutral.” VICTORIA, ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION

"We’re always seeking to be as energy efficient as possible, looking at renewables, and aiming to be carbon neutral.”

VICTORIA, ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION

"Mild winters can be a problem for some of our butterflies. Several of our British species need cold winters, because it keeps their hibernating caterpillars asleep."ADRIAN THOMAS, GARDENER

"Mild winters can be a problem for some of our butterflies. Several of our British species need cold winters, because it keeps their hibernating caterpillars asleep."ADRIAN THOMAS, GARDENER