1. Sign the petition to stop climate disaster
Right now, the Amazon is burning. Over 30,000 fire outbreaks were detected in the Amazon this August alone - an increase of 196% compared to August 2018. The Amazon is the world’s largest rainforest and a key ally in fighting the climate crisis. It’s meant to absorb carbon, not produce it.
Put simply, if we lose the amazon, we lose the fight against the climate crisis.
The products that we are buying are part of the system that’s driving this devastation. We need your support to demand that the UK government no longer allow products causing deforestation to be imported to the UK.
Want to do more to help the Amazon? Discover 5 ways you can help the Amazon
2. Live for your world
The food we eat, the things we buy, the way we live. It’s all a choice.
We can all make changes to our lifestyle in order to fight for our world. With millions of us around the world acting together, collectively we can have a huge impact.
Check out our guides for tips on how to live a more planet friendly lifestyle.
3. Reduce your personal impact
By changing our lifestyles, we can reduce our personal impact on the climate crisis and influence those around us. Millions of us making individual changes will add up to something truly powerful.
Learn about your environmental footprint to see which changes in your life will make the biggest difference.
4. Show this is a public priority
While public concern about the environment is at an all time high, our leaders aren’t acting with the urgency we need. We need to keep raising our voices and showing them that the climate crisis is a public priority.
Share it on social media. Talk to your friends and family about it. It’s up to all of us to spread the word and make it clear that thousands of us – across all ages and backgrounds – want urgent action.
The more voices we have, the louder our call.
5. Be part of the change
Join WWF as a member to be part of a growing movement of people around the world who want their voice to be heard.
From supporting our work on the ground to protect the Amazon, to helping us campaign for changes to the law to ensure the UK ends our contribution to the climate crisis - together, we can begin to restore nature and improve the state of our planet for future generations.