Write to your MP, sign a petition, ask questions, demonstrate -- make your voice heard on climate change


The Greenpeace campaign to stop Hinkley nuclear plant is about to go to the heart of political power. An urgent inquiry on the new nuclear plant has been scheduled in Parliament on Wednesday 23 March. Greenpeace wants 100,000 people to sign their petition. This isn't a petition against nuclear power altogether. It’s about this scheme at Hinkley which will cost too much, be too slow and may not work at all....

People all over Hampshire will be making their voices heard on the weekend of 28 and 29 November to keep global warming below 2 degrees C.

WinACC asks you to write to your MP ( Steve Brine or George Hollingbery) about the Government's actions on climate change and  the coming Paris global climate conference.

Ony write to your own MP, and ensure that your address is on the letter. MPs only take notice of their own constituents.

Sign this message to Pope Francis to thank him for what he is saying, to countr-balance attacks on him since his visit to the US: 

A Free Ride is a group of fellow travellers calling to replace Air Passenger Duty with a ‘frequent flyer levy’ that taxes travellers according to how often they fly, shifting the burden away from families flying to their one annual holiday and onto the frequent flyers who are driving expansion and creating most pollution.

National Geographic just announced that it's handing over 73% ownership to Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox — immediately raising questions about the future of climate coverage from one of the most trusted names in science. Executives are already on the defensive, claiming the deal won't change anything. But Murdoch has a troubling history of editorial meddling, and there's no measures in plac

Government proposals for very large cuts to the feed-in tariff which supports solar and other small scale renewable energy have been widely criticised. The plans to slash support for solar would leave companies high and dry and cause an extra 1.6 million tonnes of carbon to be pumped into the atmosphere. Take action now.

UK homes are among the worst insulated in western Europe. As a result we waste huge amounts of energy and many people suffer in cold homes.

The Government has launched a massive attack on support for solar panels and wind power, and scrapped Green Deal measures to makes homes more energy efficient. They have also restricted the power of local government to require new homes to be low carbon.

What WinACC said to local MPs Steve Brine and George Hollingbery at the largest mass lobby of Parliament on climate change in UK history.


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National and global issues, and campaigns you might want to support. WinACC can't keep up-to-date with all that's happening - if you want to keep abreast of national and global politics on climate change, there are many websites and twitter accounts such as Climate Home, or the Friends of the Earth policy blog


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