On 4th June, MPs voted on whether to include a clean power target in a key Energy Bill. The vote was lost, but by only 23 votes and many MPs were swayed by the huge amount of public, NGO and business support for the target.
Now the Bill goes to the House of Lords and the fight continues.
In the meantime, here's a reminder of all the amazing campaigning that led to such a close vote:
In the last few days before the vote, supporters sent thousands of tweets to MPs asking their MPs to support a clean power target. This built on more than 100,000 e-mails sent to MPs on this issue in 2013 alone.
But online campaigning was only a small part of this coalition campaign that started in October:
Green is Working Stunt at the Treasury: On 18th October 2012 250 people from Stop Climate Chaos organisations, unions and businesses came together, along with Dragon's Den's Deborah Meaden, to tell the government that Green is Working!
Local action: Hundreds of activists and groups campaigned in constituencies across the country. From joint letters to media stunts, local lobbies to more than 50 public meetings, local networks made sure that MPs knew their voters wanted a clean power target.
200 organisations in support of a clean power target: More than 50 members of the SCC coalition signed a letter to David Cameron in support of the clean power target back in October. We followed it up in April, adding to the barrage of letters and statements from more than 200 NGOs and businesses in support of a clean target. See who was in support.
Photo action: Green is working for you! During the Autumn of 2012, we asked you to send us photos explaining why Green is Working for you. We got tons of inspiring photos, and on 3rd December we handed a selection of them to #10 Downing Street so that David Cameron could see your messages.
42 MPs also took part in a photo action in December.
Husky Christmas Card: Remember when David Cameron went to the Arctic to see climate change first hand? Well we're not sure he remembers, so on 21st December, we handed a Christmas card to number 10 Downing Street, signed by more than 40,000 of you and 25 organisations to remind our Prime Minister to take back the reins on climate change.
Billboard ads: And to start the camaign, some of the best known members of the SCC coalition joined together to place billboard ads in key London Underground stations in October.
They highlighted the success of the green business sector whilst the rest of the UK Economy struggled: All the more reason to ensure a clean power target was included in the Energy Bill.
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