Imagine the world to come...
then let’s work together to make it happen
What will life look like after Covid?
Will we go back to the way things were? Do we want to?
And if we don’t, then what changes do we want to make?
Reset is a chance for your voice to be heard, so that you can help shape a fairer, greener, future for the UK. Supported by a group of MPs from across the political spectrum, Reset aims to seize this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for all of us to listen, reflect, plan and act – together – to bring about real and lasting change.
Speak out, be heard.
The Reset starts here
As a first step, please complete our short questionnaire. It asks what the Covid crisis has already changed, how we feel about these changes and what other changes we would like to see. And it will help us all to better understand what really matters to us - as individuals, families, in our communities and in our workplaces.
Take it yourself, and then please share it with your friends, family and co-workers.
Get more involved
Over the next two months, we’ll be running more surveys, hosting virtual discussion groups and workshops, gathering and publishing ideas, reports and policy proposals.
Our ambition is to bring Parliament to the people. How much you get involved is up to you.
We want to hear from everyone – because everyone has been affected by the Covid crisis, everyone has a story to tell, and everyone has something to offer as we imagine the world to come.
Parliamentary Inquiry – Call For Evidence
The Parliamentary Group on the Green New Deal will be holding online evidence sessions in July, where people will be invited to present their ideas.
We're also inviting think tanks, charities, business coalitions, unions and civil society groups to submit written answers to questions the MPs are asking as part of Reset.
For more information, email us at email@example.com or download the MPs' questions.
Reset is an initiative of the cross party Parliamentary Group on the Green New Deal, bringing people and politicians together to shape the future.
Through surveys, workshops, discussion groups, special parliamentary evidence sessions and other online events, we’re hoping to hear as many different voices as possible. And then we want to put those voices to work in the pursuit of a better way.
The Parliamentary Group on the Green New Deal
was elected Green Party MP for Brighton Pavilion in 2010. She is the co-chair of the Parliamentary Group on the Green New Deal.
was elected the Labour MP for Norwich South in May 2015. He is the co-chair of the Parliamentary Group on the Green New Deal.
was made a Conservative Life Peer in 2015. Before joining the Lords, she sat in the Commons as an MP, and was first elected in 1997.
was elected as the MP for Bath in 2017. She is the Liberal Democrat spokesperson on Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
Liz Saville Roberts
has been the MP for Dwyfor Meirionnydd since 2017. She is the House of Commons spokesperson for Plaid Cymru.
has been the Member of Parliament for Kilmarnock and Loudoun since 2015. He is the SNP Westminster spokesperson on Transports, Infrastructure and Energy.
was elected as the Labour MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth in 2011.
was elected as the Labour MP for Nottingham East in 2019. Elected at the age of 23, she became the youngest MP.
as made a peer in 2019. She was the leader of the Green Party from 2012 to 2016.
was made a Green Party peer in 2013. She was a London Assembly member from 2000 to 2016.
was elected Labour Co-operative MP for Brighton Kemptown in 2017. He is the Shadow Minister for Natural Environment and Air Quality.
was elected MP for Enfield North in 2019.
was elected MP for Ilford South in 2019.
was elected Labour Co-operative MP for Ealing North in 2019.
was elected the Labour Co-operative MP for Leeds North in 2017. He is the Shadow Under Secretary of State for Arts, Heritage and Tourism.
was elected Labour MP for Ilford North in 2015.
was elected Labour MP for York Central in 2015. She is the Shadow Minister for Charities.
has been a Labour Peer since 2011. She is currently Professor of Social Policy at Loughborough University.
was elected Labour MP for Cynon Valley in 2019.
The Secretariat for the All-Party Parliamentary Group is provided by the Green New Deal Group of economists, politicians, environmentalists and energy experts who employ a single staff member, Ruth Potts.
The Advisory Group for the Parliamentary Group on the Green New Deal
Professor Kevin Anderson, Tyndall Centre; Fernanda Balata, New Economics Foundation; Adrienne Buller, Common Wealth; Mel Evans, Senior Climate Campaigner, Greenpeace UK; Tony Greenham, South West Mutual; Professor Andy Gouldson, University of Leeds, Place Based Climate Action Network; Colin Hines, Convenor, Green New Deal Group; Fatima Ibrahim, Green New Deal UK; Professor Richard Murphy, Corporate Accountability Network; Ann Pettifor, Prime Economics; Asad Rehman, War on Want; Professor Nick Robins, LSE/Grantham Institute; Andrew Simms, Rapid Transition Alliance; Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, Director of the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations; and, Professor Rebecca Willis, Lancaster University.
The Reset team
Reset has been made possible by a group of people and organisations, who have given their time for free:
is a senior qualitative researcher who specialises in ensuring everyone is heard and has a voice.
is a researcher for the Green New Deal Group
is a Research Manager at the Insight Agency
is the Experience Director at
is the Creative Director at
Will Oshiro de Groot
is a cultural insights practitioner and founder at
is the founder of
is the Technical Director at
Nadya Powell is a co-founder at Utopia
is the Design Director at
is a Strategy Consultant
Dr. Leili Sreberny-Mohammadi
is a Digital Ethnographer