Climate solutions

Greenpeace is pushing for some big, visionary measures to turn around the global trend towards runaway climate change. The plan needs political will to make it happen and the opportunity is at the Durban summit in November. You can get behind our plan in a whole lot of different ways. Here's how.

The Solution for the Climate

  • Make sure emissions peak in 2015 and decrease as rapidly as possible towards zero after that
  • Developed countries must make cuts of 40 percent on their 1990 carbon emisisons by 2020
  • Developing countries must slow the growth of emissions by 15-30 percent by 2020, with support from industrialised nations
  • Protect tropical forests with a special funding mechanism - forests for climate
  • Replace dirty fossil fuel energy with renewable energy and energy efficiency
  • Reject false solutions like nuclear energy

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Wind turbine crop circle

Image | 5 October, 2007 at 18:00

Greenpeace activists and youth climate action

Image | 5 May, 2007 at 1:00

Greenpeace activists and youth climate action group, the Solar Generation, stage a mobile exhibition inside the Asian Development Bank's Annual Meeting. Greenpeace is calling on the Bank to honour the Kyoto Protocol, stop investing in coal and...

Youth climate campaign group

Image | 5 May, 2007 at 1:00

Youth climate campaign group, "Solar Generation" at the Asian Development Bank reception during the Bank's 40th Annual meeting to pressure them to stop funding climate change and start funding the energy revolution driven by investment in...

Green jobs

Image | 23 September, 2004 at 13:00

There are already around 3 million people employed by the renewable energy industry today, like this worker in a wind turbine factory. By 2030, if the Energy [R]evolution scenario is followed, this could rise to 8.5 million jobs. This would mean...

Geothermal in Iceland

Image | 9 January, 2003 at 13:00

Geothermal is a third source of renewable energy. It uses heat coming from the Earth's core, and transforms it into electricity. Iceland, pictured here, is one of the countries in the world the most advanced in geothermal. The amount of volcanoes...

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