Ask your MP to help bring back onshore wind.
Onshore wind is cheap, popular, and a vital part of tackling climate change. But a group of MPs have been campaigning against it - and they’ve persuaded the government to block new wind projects from even getting started.
To bring back onshore wind, we need to show the government that most MPs agree with the British public - they want to see more wind power in the UK. So we’ve launched a public letter from MPs to the incoming prime minister - asking him to remove the blocks that have been standing in the way of wind power.
Will you email your MP asking them to sign the letter?
We’ve got a template email for you to use. If you’re able to add your personal experiences and reasons for supporting wind, that will really help you to get your MP’s attention.
To read the letter and see which MPs have already signed up click here.
MPs are already signing up to support wind. If your MP is one of them, send them a thank you.
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