EMERGENCY

Take your climate action to the next level.

Climate change is affecting everyone. Anthropogenic activity is causing our planet to warm at an alarming rate. Scientists have warned that we have just over a decade to halve our emissions to avoid the most devastating impacts of climate change on our world.
There is simply no time to waste, and we need a key turning point for our planet.
We need urgent and ambitious action at every level, from individuals submitting increased commitments to the Paris Agreement on climate change using their unique influence to drive change and make an impact. Everyone has the ability to do something to address our climate emergency, but we can all still do more. What will you do?

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Support the global climate action campaigns

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change; United Nations Programme on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation; United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification; United Nations Sustainable Development Goals; United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration; United Nations Decade of Action; United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development; United Nations Climate Change Momentum for Change; Action For Climate Empowerment; IUCN-Bonn Challenge; Race to Zero; The Trillion Tree Community

1.5°C Goal

Limit global temperature rise to
well below 2 degrees Celsius.

7.6% Annual Reduction

Cut global emissions by 7.6
percent every year (2020-2030).

38 Gt CO2 Annually

Global anthropogenic fossil CO2e
at 38 gigatonnes CO2 yearly.

400 Parts Per Million

More CO2 in the atmosphere than
at any time in the past 400,000 years.

Paris Agreement 2015

194 states and the EU representing
80% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

US$700 billion Annually

By 2030, climate change costs are
projected to cost US$700 billion annually.

Natural ecosystems have lostabout half their area and amillion species are at risk ofextinction, all largely as a resultof human actions