Here's a cool fact: the most important factor in deciding someone’s vote isn’t the misinformation they see online or the scaremongering leaflets they receive in the mail - it’s the conversations they have with those around them.
With the election only a few weeks away, it means our best shot at making sure our next Government is full of leaders with real plans for climate action is by talking to as many people as we can about voting for the people who we can trust to take action.
Just 13,000 votes could decide who wins the election. By chatting to our friends, our families, our neighbours and the people we work with, we can make sure our communities know how to vote for climate justice this election.
We know talking to people about voting for climate can be intimidating, and it can be hard to know where to start. That's where deep canvassing comes in: a tried and tested way of talking to people that centres empathy and shared values.
We're running a workshop on Saturday, 7th May all about deep canvassing and how to have impactful conversations that shift hearts and minds this election. You'll have the chance to practice your deep canvassing skills in the workshop, and feel confident talking to people in your community about voting for climate justice this election.