Climate Justice and Energy
Climate justice now.
Together, we can kick fossil fuels out of Europe.
We face a climate emergency.
People in the Global South, people of colour, women, youth, and those on low incomes – who have done the least to cause global warming – are disproportionately affected.
The scale of the challenge facing humanity cannot be underestimated. But we can still avoid the worst impacts, end the fossil fuel age and create a more equal society at the same time.
Europe bears much of the responsibility for causing historical climate emissions and must do its fair share to keep global warming below 1.5°C. This means an urgent and just transformation to a fossil free energy system by 2030 and support to countries in the Global South.
Across Europe, people are at the forefront of stopping dirty fossil fuel projects, building community-owned energy, and reducing energy poverty. Together, we can make a fossil free Europe happen!
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Frontlines of Hope
Meet the people and communities coming together across Europe to fix climate breakdown.
We’re tackling climate breakdown by powering the transition away from fossil fuels and towards community-owned renewable energy.
Stopping climate breakdown means keeping all fossil fuels in the ground – including gas. Governments and banks must stop financing gas pipelines and terminals which would lock us into a fossil-fuel future.
Fossil Free Politics
Politicians should make climate laws to protect people – not please the fossil fuel industry. We need to cut fossil fuel interests out of our politics, similar to existing restrictions on the tobacco industry.
Stop the Energy Charter Treaty
The Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) is a major obstacle to fast and effective action on the climate and environmental crisis. Our transformation to a green and fair society will become harder, slower and more expensive if we don’t stop it.