Northern Ireland is the only country in the UK without vital funding for a Green Recovery. With your help, we can change this!

Right now, the NI Finance Minister is making spending plans that will shape our future after the pandemic. If enough of us email the Minister asking for a Green Recovery Fund, we have a huge opportunity to influence his decision. 

A Green Recovery Fund will ensure that public money and Covid-19 rescue packages not only revive our economy, but create much-needed green jobs to restore nature, increase our greenspaces and help reduce carbon emissions.

It only takes two minutes to send an email but it's a powerful way to make your voice heard. And to make it easy, we've drafted one for you. 

Will you speak up for nature and ask the NI Finance Minister for a Green Recovery Fund to revive our world?


Take action

Firstly, we need to get some details from you so that the Finance Minister knows you are a UK resident. 

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