Lobby your MP 

The feedback we have received from MPs is that it does not appear that climate justice is an important issue to their constituents. Our aim is to show them that this is not the case. Some MPs welcome being lobbied on this issue so that they can raise it with their parties' and at parliament (see our interview with Paul Blomfield). Other MPs need more persuading. Whatever your MPs position on climate justice, demonstrating that you and a significant number of other people in your community wish to see action on climate justice can make a real difference in getting it onto the political agenda. With the  recent concerning shift in climate policies, and theParis UN climate summit this December, there could not be a more important time to act and this is why we're asking churches to get involved with the campaign.

Here you will find advice and resources on how you and your church or group can lobby your MP on climate justice in primarily two ways: by writing to them, and by arranging a visit. Please follow the links for more information.

Please let us know when you have written to your MP so that we can log which areas are being covered.

Hartley Wintney constituents meeting with their local Conservative MP, Ranil Jayawardena, to deliver letters and discuss climate change.