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Politicians have declared a climate and ecological emergency.

In the past two decades, we have seen Parliament’s 2008 Climate Change Act (amended in 2019), and the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill: a Private Member’s Bill, first presented to Parliament in September 2020, calling for more rapid decarbonisation of the UK and a Citizens’ Assembly to decide how best to achieve it. To make radical changes, politicians need our support. Let’s keep pressing our MPs and councillors to act now.

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The Climate Change Act (2008) committed the UK to cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050. In 2019, this was amended to being zero carbon by 2050.

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The proposed Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill would commit the UK to more urgent emission reductions than ever before. Learn all about it - and how you can support it.

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Did you know there's an All Party Parliamentary Group dedicated to the long-term view - on behalf of future generations? Keep up with their work here and attend their events.


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The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) is an independent public body, formed under the Climate Change Act (2008) to advise the UK and devolved Governments 

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In June 2020, the Committee on Climate Change published 'Reducing UK emissions', its annual progress report to Parliament. Its findings are summarised in this Guardian article. 

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Find out how Citizens' Assemblies, a.k.a. 'deliberative democracy', may save a broken parliamentary system via this Guardian article.

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