Graduating as a graphic designer from the London College of Art, Lottie Crumbleholme has designed a campaign encouraging sustainable behavior. Aimed at people who in one way or another are already doing their bit, the goal is to turn it into political action on a larger scale. By sending sleek and simple pre-written letters to office holders your are combining your protest with a bit of sophisticated design and DIY.

The Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change may get a letter, a worn out plastic bag or a framed photo of yourself demonstrating. Old light bulbs, recepits from eco-purchases, or post cards from destinations you've visited by train, can all be forwarded to your member of Parliament, finishing off with a dinner invitation to discuss food production.

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