Thousands came together in London on June 17 for a day of action on climate change
2015 is set to be a crucial year in the fight against climate change. Time is short, but the love is strong. Over the coming months world leaders could make decisions to protect all we hold dear. Make them feel what you feel and don’t lose what you love to climate change.
In February, we launched our Show The Love campaign – and were overwhelmed by your response. Find out how the three main party leaders felt our love.
It's more important than ever that young people have a say in climate change debates, so we've launched the Close Up on Climate film challenge to help get their voices heard.
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