Postcards from the Frontlines

Help protect climate refugees and send your postcard today. Send it online 

SEND YOUR FREE POSTCARD TODAY 

HELP PROTECT CLIMATE REFUGEES

1. Go to the ByPost website or download the free iPhone app

2.  Select 'Send a Postcard to the UN' (Free)

3. Take or choose a photo. Click here for tips on how to take a powerful picture

4. Personalise a short message - What does 'home' mean to you? How has climate change affected you?

5. Press send

6. Share your postcard using #hometruths or #postcardsfromthefrontlines

 

We have now delivered the first batch of postcards to the UN. You can still send your Postcards from the Frontlines to us through ByPost to share your experiences and support climate refugees.

 

SHARE

Help us reach 100,000 postcards by encouraging others to take part. Tell your friends and family how important and how easy it is. Tell them in person, email them or share on on social media. More information here.

           

 

WHY?

Did you know that in 2012, 31.7 million people were forced from their homes due to extreme weather events such as flooding and storms? That's 1 person, every second. Follow the link to find out more about why climate refugees so urgently need protection and how your help can change this.

   

 
PRESS PACK

If you are interested in writing about Postcards from the Frontlines or finding out more please take a look at our press pack.

 

YOUTH PACK

Are you a member of a youth group or club, a teacher or a group leader? Download our Youth Pack here or get in touch via hometruths@ejfoundation.org to find out more.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We've put together a short list of FAQs but if you can't find what you're looking for please don't hesitate to get in touch.

 

WHAT DOES HOME MEAN TO YOU?

 

HIGHLIGHTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

From Bangladesh to London, USA to the Maldives, keep track of some of the most powerful postcards sent from around the world here.

 

FAMOUS FACES

Find out what home means to Vivienne Westwood, Emilia Fox and Peter Gabriel and why politicians are calling for protection for climate refugees. Take a look at the personal photos and messages from famous faces here.

 

 


 

SUPPORTING PARTNERS

EJF would like to thank the following organisations for their support of the project.