If you happen to find yourself in the Cotswolds this March, drop in and meet the MLF team at our first public exhibition


The Base pops up in the renowned Cotswolds town of Tetbury next month:


"Inviting us all to sign up as Earth Protectors, funding the creation of a law establishing ecocide as an international crime. In this way we can safeguard our landscapes & communities for future generations, & bring to an end the destructive cycle of environmental harm."

We have been lucky to be offered a "pop-up" exhibition in the heart of Tetbury, Gloucestershire, hosted by Amy Perry (Antiques) at the beautiful 21 Long Street GL8 8AA (opposite the Highgrove shop), where we will be providing information on the mission, and will also be showcasing for the first time the enchanting equine sculptures of local artist Katy Dunne


The exhibition is open daily 11am-5pm from 16th-31st March and will be launched with a Private View on Thursday 15th March from 6-9pm. 

We look forward to meeting you there!

Update from the United Nations

Our last few days here at the UN in New York have begun to place missing parts into the bigger picture.  Meetings during our fortnight at the Assembly of State Parties (ASP) to the International Criminal Court have shed light on critical aspects, including how to best address the severe under-representation of Small Island Developing States.

From the frontline - or your front room

We can all be Earth Protectors – we can all make the Earth our Mission.  

By BECOMING AN EARTH PROTECTOR (a trustee* of the Earth Protectors Trust Fund) you will:

  • be an Earth Protector in law, supporting all those across the world who stand up to protect the Earth
  • help fund a law to make ECOCIDE an INTERNATIONAL CRIME - protecting our planet, our communities, and all those who take action as conscientious protectors
  • if you are an activist, gain an additional legal defence in a court of law

There is no age limit on the Trust Fund, so you can sign your children up too!  The moment is now - Mission LifeForce is here