The last year has seen an incredible surge in public demand for action on the climate and nature emergency. A record 85% of the public are now concerned about climate change, and for the first time ever a majority is saying the climate crisis will affect how they vote.
This is our chance for the UK’s first climate and nature election. It’s also one of the last chances we’ll get to lock in the urgent change we need before it’s too late.
A national, televised debate where party leaders outline their proposed solutions to the climate and nature emergency would put the defining issue of our generation at the top of the agenda for every political leader, and force them to explain exactly what action they’ll take.
Will you sign the petition calling on party leaders to hold a televised climate and nature debate?
Greenpeace is part of a wide coalition of organisations supporting the campaign for a televised party leaders climate and nature debate. The campaign is being led by climate charity Possible and school strike organisers the UK Student Climate Network.