Agriculture is one of the weakest links in the UK's efforts to tackle climate change. Without action, farming will also feel the heat with drought, flooding and extreme weather which will threaten food supplies
The good news is that there are proven solutions. We're working on the ground with thousands of organic and other innovative farmers to help make climate friendly farming the norm. You can get these solutions in front of policy makers as they write the new agricultural policy for the UK.
But we need to act now!
Will you help get farming back on track for the future?
Climate change campaigner Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner's poem ‘The Butterfly Thief’ explores the link between climate change, and the decline in animal species and their habitats.
It isn’t only humans who are affected by climate change; the UK’s birds and other species of wildlife are also threatened by a warming world.
Over the past year or so, you may have seen a lot more suppliers starting to offer ‘green’ tariffs but how can you be sure that the tariff you go for is the real deal?
Read more from our partner Good Energy on 'green-washing'
We all know the consequences of climate change could be catastrophic, but there is hope. Your gift will make a real difference to reducing agricultural emissions: donate today for a better tomorrow.
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