Vote to Let Nature Sing in the 2019 General Election

With the General Election imminent, now is the perfect time to demand that nature is on the political agenda.

Friday 29 November 2019
Vacancy type:
I've got less than an hour
At home

What we're looking for

The natural world we love is in crisis and time is running out. Take action during the General Election to help save it. Let's unite and send a message that can't be ignored: all political parties need to commit to defending our shared home and set ambitious targets for nature's recovery. Our wildlife needs a powerful watchdog to make sure that habitats and biodiversity are protected. We also need legally binding targets for nature's recovery that are enshrined in law. What can I do? - Email or writer a letter to your local decision makers, tell them why nature matters to you and ask them: will they commit to tackling the climate and ecological crisis in their party manifesto? - Make your voice heard on social media and let the world know that you will be voting with nature in mind and use #LetNatureSing to get the message out. If politicians want our vote then they need to commit to protecting our wildlife and set bold targets for nature's recovery. - Vote with nature in mind at the general election. For more information follow this link

The skills you need

No skills required, just get involved and don't forget to vote.

Your time

15 minutes or up to an hour
1 day
12th December 2019

What's in it for you?

A chance to give nature a voice and help to protect our home for generations to come.

How to apply


Volunteering Co-ordinator, At home


There are many different actions you can take as an individual that when combined with other people's actions make a massive impact in giving nature a home. The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again. We also play a leading role in a worldwide partnership of nature conservation organisations.

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