If you’ve never been to a march before – welcome, and we’re so glad you’re planning to join us! We’ve put together the key resources so you know what to expect. Get the lowdown on what to bring, what to prepare for, how to find us, and how to keep safe in Covid-19 times.
Welcome to the RSPB's Global Day of Action
You’re going to join millions of others across the world, all taking part in a historic moment. It will really give nature a voice in the nature and climate emergency. You’re part of this. You’re making change happen.
'This is all new to me!'
How to be the voice of nature
We’ve got everything you need to be the voice of nature. Get inspired by RSPB’s Lucy Hodson and her sustainable placard video, or feel free to let your own imagination run wild.
- This is a nature and climate emergency.
- The decline of nature affects us all.
- We need to keep global warming below the 1.5 of pre-industrial levels.
- Keep 1.5 alive.
- When we come together, we can change the world.
- This is the fight that unites us all.
- Together, we can revive our world.
Need help drawing a bird?
If drawing’s not your strong point, never fear! You can definitely still create a placard to bring along with you.
We’ve got some amazing artists on board to help you. They’ve created a step-by-step guide to drawing your favourite birds, which you can then add to your placard. So you’ll be able to learn a new skill, showcase your artwork, and shout loud for nature – all at the same time.
Why take part?
You’ll join millions of others across the world, all taking part in a historic moment. It's your chance to give nature a voice in the nature and climate emergency. You can be part of this, and you can make change happen.
You can take part in the way that most suits you: you can take to the streets and march at an event near you (they're happening all over the UK), or join the digital World Climate March.
If you need a bit more inspiration, watch our video featuring RSPB supporters and staff from across the UK and our CEO Beccy Speight, talking about why they're marching to revive our world.