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What world are you dreaming of?

 

The world is in a climate and nature emergency.  All life on Earth is at risk.

 

When the future feels so uncertain, how can we move forwards with courage and with care?

Writing a Letter is an opportunity to bring all your fears, your frustrations and your love, to process ​what is happening to the world and to create something new.

What do you have to say?

Together, we are writing a new story

Letters to the Earth are being written by us all, from all over the world. 

 

Children as young as 3, parents, teachers, scientists, journalists, musicians, indigenous leaders, activists, nurses, business leaders, priests, politicians, TV presenters, artists such as Yoko Ono, authors such as Ben Okri, fashion designers such as Vivienne Westwood, and more.

 

We are bringing your messages to life and sharing them with people around the world, to make  sure your voices are heard and to inspire a deeper relationship with each other and the Earth.

Below are resources to support you on your journey. 

Taking frontlines voices to COP27

 

What if extreme weather, drought, famine and conflict forced you to leave your homeland?

 

We are at COP27 to amplify the voices of those who are often excluded from the conversation – the displaced, the young, the indigenous. We’re asking world leaders to listen to them.


We went to Calais, France, to speak to people who are currently on the frontlines of migration waiting to reach the UK. Women and children refugees are fleeing Iran, Syria, Eritrea and Sudan because their homes have become hostile and inhabitable environments.

 

These are their Letters.

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