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Template letter for MPs: climate finance

Download the MS Word template letter for sending to MPs

Join the Wave of Hope

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The UK's climate fair share

Infographic showing the scale of the UK’s responsibility for addressing the climate crisis, requiring ambitious action at home and overseas. Please find a background document here.

Climate Justice MP briefing

Give this to your MP to help them understand why climate change is a justice issue

Financing Fossil Fuels - MP briefing

Give this to your MP to ask the UK Government to stop financing fossil fuels

Campaign Briefing

Details of the campaign and how to take action

Petition sheets

Petition sheets

Financing our future infographics

Infographics for financing our future  

Crazy Climate facts activity sheet

Age: 7-11 A range of classroom activities based around these Crazy Climate facts. Pupils can: Put the facts into groups under headings like: reduce, recycle, reuse, save water, save energy, reduce CO2. You can also think of your own headings or sort them into problems and actions. Choose a fact. Work in pairs or small groups to think of ways to tell the rest of your school about the fact you have chosen. What do you think is the best way to do this? You could perform a play or assembly, or make a poster, a PowerPoint presentation or even a film. Make a tally chart to record your activities over a week that emit CO2, eg car journeys, hours watching TV, how long you charge your mobile phone for, etc. Plot your results on a graph to show your carbon footprint. Design and carry out a survey of your classmates to find out how eco-friendly they are.

Crazy Climate facts activity sheet - Welsh

Age: 7-11 A range of classroom activities based around these Crazy Climate facts. Pupils can: Put the facts into groups under headings like: reduce, recycle, reuse, save water, save energy, reduce CO2. You can also think of your own headings or sort them into problems and actions. Choose a fact. Work in pairs or small groups to think of ways to tell the rest of your school about the fact you have chosen. What do you think is the best way to do this? You could perform a play or assembly, or make a poster, a PowerPoint presentation or even a film. Make a tally chart to record your activities over a week that emit CO2, eg car journeys, hours watching TV, how long you charge your mobile phone for, etc. Plot your results on a graph to show your carbon footprint. Design and carry out a survey of your classmates to find out how eco-friendly they are.

Time for tax: activity sheet and case studies

Age: 16+ / Sixth form / Youth group (11-18) This workshop contains four activities and four case studies about tax justice. 

Time for tax: activity sheet and case studies - Welsh

Age: 16+ / Sixth form / Youth group (11-18) This workshop contains four activities and four case studies about tax justice. 

The chocolate trade game activity sheet

This activity highlights the fact that the major cocoa-producing countries are in the poorer South and the major chocolate-producing countries are in the richer North.