Tell Rishi Sunak not to break UK climate funding promises

A leaked document has revealed that the UK government is planning to break its promise on climate funding for countries most at risk from the devastating impacts of climate change.

In 2021, the UK hosted the United Nations climate negotiations in Glasgow and committed to increase support to countries that have contributed the least to climate change but face its worst effects. But the UK looks set to go back on its word and let down the most climate-vulnerable countries.

This short-sighted decision makes it harder for people everywhere to rise to the challenge of climate change. That’s bad for the world and bad for Britain. These plans aren’t final yet. So we need to put urgent pressure on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to keep the UK’s climate pledge before it’s too late. Add your voice now!

Dear Rishi Sunak,

Please keep the UK’s promise to support countries most at risk from climate change. We need continued and coordinated funding to tackle the climate crisis, not sticking plasters, broken promises and endless excuses. The UK must not turn its back on the biggest problem of our time, and the long-term solutions needed to fight it.

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