David Williams, the Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Crewe and Nantwich, is delighted to add his voice in support of the campaign when he was asked by a local member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) to sign their ‘Letter to the Future’.
David said, “It is really important that we support environmental issues at the moment, but it is not all about the big questions of CO2 emissions and the discussions that will take place in Copenhagen. It is really important that we tackle issues on the ground to ensure that the birds, insects, flora and fauna thrive and flourish for future generations.”
The ‘Letter to the Future’ asks the Government to invest in a healthy economy and a healthy environment – to protect jobs, to tackle climate change and to protect our seas, countryside and wildlife.
David commented, “I have become one of the million voices for nature and I would encourage everyone to join me and sign up for the RSPB’s campaign.” He added, “I am hoping that many thousands of people will join me in signing up. Together we can be a powerful voice for nature.”
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RSPB’s ‘Letter to the Future’
Picture: David Williams together with Sarah Cartlidge, local RSPB member, and Councillor Roy Cartlidge who champions environmental issues, signing the ‘Letters to the Future’.