The Climate Emergency is an issue we have learned to be aware of especially in the last few years. Despite the urgency of it being the core activity of many NGOs all around the word, it is thanks to the more recent acts of protesting that we are now arising our awareness as a community. The impact of Fridays for Future has been so huge that the message hit the governments themselves. With the result being public declarations of commitment in the fight to support the climate emergency.
Are you wondering what you can do yourself? The answer comes from the European Union. The European Climate Pact is part of the European Green Deal and is meant to be a lively space to share information, debate and act on the climate crisis. It offers support for a European climate movement to grow and consolidate.
The Climate Pact is an opportunity for people, communities and organisations to participate in climate action across Europe:
As part of the European Green Deal, the Pact aims to become a lively space to share information, debate and act on the climate crisis, and offer support for a European climate movement to grow and consolidate.
If you care about the environment and aim to have a more sustainable way of living for you and the planet, this opportunity is for you. You can be part of the change, and also have an active role. Becoming a Climate Pact Ambassador means upgrading your commitment in the cause. As part of your role, you will:
You can also organise online and offline events, peer to peer thematic info sessions, run campaigns in the media and social media, organise specific activities related to climate and environmental action.
Anyone can apply to become a Climate Pact Ambassador as an individual. The Organisations can suggest a representative who would become an Ambassador on their behalf. All you have to do is to commit to respect the Pact’s Values.
The steps to become a Climate Pact Ambassador are the following: