Help the Climate Coalition plant a billion seeds of hope before COP26

Last month you were part of the greatest, biggest, greenest week the UK has ever seen. With your help, we showed decision makers that the public wants to see them step up and make ambitious commitments to tackle climate change. 

Will you help us keep up the pressure? Continue the community spirit of Great Big Green Week and plant seeds of hope in October.

At the end of the month, world leaders will meet in Glasgow for a major climate summit. The decisions made at these meetings will set us on a path for generations, and as hosts the UK must lead on the world stage. 

You are invited to take the Billion Seed Challenge to help us create a lasting legacy, just like the decisions made by Boris Johnson and other world leaders at COP26.
Plant at any point in October, or join a UK wide plant-a-long on 30 October, the day before COP26. Get together with your community and plant wildflowers to green up your local area and show that you believe that the decisions made at the UN Climate Summit will make a difference. As part of the Billion Seed Challenge, Homebase are providing 50% off all seeds in their stores. These seeds will get ready to bloom next spring as a reminder to politicians that the public believes that a healthier, greener, fairer world is possible – and we will be watching to ensure they carve a clear path to a future that works for everyone.
GET PLANTING
We’re working closely with the press and media to tell the story of the Billion Seed Challenge so please do email us about your community’s planting activities. Don’t forget to also share your planting activity with us on social media using #TheFightThatUnites and #BillionSeedChallenge!

Thank you for your support, The Climate Coalition team 

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