On Thursday 14 April, thousands of people from across the country posted photos of #ClimateActionNow signs to social media.

All the activity made the community's call for #ClimateActionNow trend nationally on Twitter. It also made a big splash on Facebook and Instagram.

And our decision makers were held to account, with many people tagging the major party leaders and their local MP in their posts.

Check out some of our favourite social media posts so far – and if you haven't done so, share you support for #ClimateActionNow on social media before election day.


Pj Jacobs

National Climate Change Campaigner