Our climate is sick but we have the power to heal it and ourselves, and create a greener more equal world.
Extreme weather events, sea level rise and droughts are all symptoms of a global climate on the brink of breakdown.
We are at a crossroads. If we act now, as a global community, to keep temperature rise below catastrophic levels, we have a chance to re-stabilise our delicate climate.
We can, as citizens, consumers and countries, choose clean energy, forest protection and ecological farming to cut climate pollution.
Together we can heal the climate and in the process of working together build a safer, greener fairer world.
We want you to take action because together we’re strong.
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The inevitable end of coal power has been known by policymakers and project developers for decades, and was formalized by the ratification of the Paris Agreement in 2015.
As Indonesia braces for the 2020 forest fire season, a timely review of data of the effect on smoke-affected communities shows consecutive governments have been consistently and massively underestimating the…
Both the PM2.5 and transboundary haze pollution are directly related to the growth of monoculture agriculture in Thailand and in the neighboring countries. There is evidence that maize pricing varies…
This report reveals the cost of air pollution from fossil fuels and highlights solutions that can protect our health and benefit our communities. Air pollution generated from burning fossil fuels…
A total of 3,403,000 hectares (ha) of land burned between the years 2015 and 2018 in Indonesia, according to analysis of official government burn scar data. In 2015 alone more…
‘Double Standard Report’ reveals the deadly consequences of the double standard, in terms of premature deaths caused by air pollution, and evaluates how many of those deaths could be avoided…
Coal is the dirtiest, most carbon intensive of all fossil fuels, emitting 29 percent more carbon per unit of energy than oil and 80 percent more than gas, it is…
The Greenpeace Energy [R]evolution is a detailed, practical blueprint for cutting carbon emissions while achieving economic growth by replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.