Thursday, July 27, 2017

[Biofuelwatch] MP alert re-launched - Please ask your MP to speak out against subsidies for dirty, destructive energy.



Dear Biofuelwatch supporters,

If you haven't already please email your MP. If you're unsure whether it worked last time don't worry, the system won't let you do it twice.

In September we will know more about the government's energy plans when they publish the 'Clean Growth Plan' and the Coal Phase-out white paper.

Thank you for your patience and to those who have already written.

The Biofuelwatch team


Please ask your MP to speak out against subsidies for dirty, destructive energy.
MP Alert 2017
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Please ask your MP to speak out against subsidies for dirty, destructive energy

Write to your MP now!
Dear Supporter,
The new government has restated its commitment to the Paris Agreement, but otherwise energy and climate change seem to have been de-prioritised.
It is evident that we need fundamental energy reform to meet (and exceed) climate change targets and ensure an urgent transition to a less energy dependent and cleaner future.
With a hung parliament, individual MPs can make a bigger difference. If enough of them demand change it can happen. So we're asking you to email your MP asking them to ensure that no more support is given to dirty and destructive energy in the UK and that real climate solutions are pursued instead!
It would be great if you could copy any correspondence you get back from your MP to biofuelwatch[at]gmail.com. If possible, please personalise your letter to your MP, eg "Congratulations on your (re) election". If you're able to visit your MP to talk to them about your concerns, that would be even better.
Thank you on behalf of Biofuelwatch, Coal Action Network, UK Without Incineration Network and London Mining Network!
2017 Biofuelwatch
biofuelwatch@ymail.com
http://biofuelwatch.org.uk/




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