THE CLIMATE AND ECOLOGICAL EMERGENCY BILL

This bill brings honesty and responsibility back into climate legislation.‘ Caroline Lucas

Want to campaign on something that tells the truth about the Climate and Ecological Emergency and how the UK should respond? This is the page for you!

THE THEOLOGY

Why should Christians support the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill?

Watch Revd. Vanessa Elston of Christian Climate Action in A Faith Response to the CEE Bill.

WHAT IS THE BILL?

The Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill was developed by a group of people including members of Extinction Rebellion, Power for People, whose Local Electricity Bill we supported recently, as well as prominent scientists and academics.

The Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill calls for:

  • the UK to make and enact a serious plan. This means dealing with our real fair share of emissions so that we don’t go over critical global rises in temperature
  • our entire carbon footprint be taken into account (in the UK and overseas)
  • the protection and conservation of nature here and overseas along supply chains, recognising the damage we cause through the goods we consume
  • those in power not to depend on technology to save the day, which is used as an excuse to carry on polluting as usual
  • ordinary people to have a real say on the way forward in a citizens’ assembly with bite

HELP MAKE IT HAPPEN

OTHER VIDEOS – BE INSPIRED BY THE BILL

Do watch these videos! They explain why this bill is the legislative answer to the climate and ecological emergency. If you are anything like us, you will be inspired, motivated and filled with hope for this bill and love for these incredible people who are supporting it.

An Introduction to the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill with Dr Amy McDonnell, Charles Secrett & Nessy Haines-Matos

The CEE Bill – scientifically robust yet politically radical? with Caroline Egan, Dr. Charlie Gardner, Dr. Joeri Rogelj and Charles Secrett

The CEE Bill in a Year until COP26, with Caroline Lucas, Tim Jackson, Kate Raworth and Kumi Naidoo

READ WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT IT

Why the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill could lead to a revolution of the imagination by Rob Hopkins

We owe it to young people to take action on climate change – it’s their future we’re stealing – by James Dyke, a senior lecturer in global systems at Exeter University

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Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 18 November, 2020 | Category: Action Climate Emergency | Comments: 0


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