UK: Viva! – THREE ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE FOR COP26.

THREE ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE FOR COP26

The world’s leaders are meeting in Glasgow for COP26 this November. They are supposed to be tackling the climate crisis – and yet the world’s governments are not addressing animal agriculture, a driving force behind the climate catastrophe.

Governments will only act if the public demands change. We need to show people, the media and world leaders that we can’t fix climate change without diet change.

1. Join us at the Global March for Climate Justice in Glasgow
March with us for animals and climate justice.

Where: Meet us in Glasgow at An Clanchon Cafe, G3 7LH
When: 6 November, 11am

(19) Viva! at Glasgow Climate March | Facebook

2. Represent Viva! at your local climate march
If you can’t make it to Glasgow, represent Viva! at your local march on 6 November. There are climate marches taking place across the UK, from Brighton to Newcastle, and you’re bound to live near a march!

Get in touch to represent Viva! and we’ll provide you with a striking banner and leaflets.

Saturday 6 November: Join Us – Blog | Viva! The Vegan Charity

3. Sign our End Factory Farming letter
Sign our letter calling on the Government to End Factory Farming Before It Ends Us. This is your last chance before we hand our letter in to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and COP26 President Alok Sharma.

End factory farming – Go Vegan Now! | Viva! The Vegan Charity

WE NEED YOU!
Join us in Glasgow, York, Leeds and Liverpool from 1 – 6 November.
Volunteers make a huge difference in terms of how many people we’re able to reach. Have a look at all our events and join us to stand for the animals and planet! 

Regards Mark

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