These are unsettling times for us all. But much like the climate emergency, the coronavirus pandemic has affected the most vulnerable both at home and abroad.
This autumn the UK government will be setting the national budget for the next 4 years. It's a crucial moment to ensure the correct spending is dedicated towards a green and fair recovery from the pandemic. While we know that it’s unlikely that we’ll get everything we ask for, this as an opportunity to show the strength of our network, build support for a green and fair recovery plan and attract more people to join our groups.
We've published a proposal for a green and fair recovery plan (see below), and we're asking groups to get behind one (or all) of three key actions ahead of the government's autumn spending review:
- Create a community signpost for a Green and Fair Recovery in the Week of Action 5–11 October
- Lobby your MP ahead of the spending review
- Strengthen the movement and build relationships by working with our allies.
Please read our guidance on campaigning during the pandemic before you take any action.
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Demand a green and fair recovery plan
As government makes plans to steer the country out of social and financial chaos, we're faced with an opportunity to demand more and forge a better, greener and fairer future for all.
Read our proposal for a fair and green recovery plan, and find out how to lobby your MP and make it happen.
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