Author: Centre for Biological Diversity


Zero emissions is gathering steam. At the recent United Nations climate talks in Peru, negotiators agreed to consider ending virtually all fossil fuel use by 2050.

This breakthrough proposal could help preserve a liveable climate, but the alternative is grim: A recent U.N. report warned that global warming will cause mass wildlife extinctions and inflict suffering on the world’s poorest populations.

That’s why we need an international agreement that keeps most dirty fossil fuels in the ground and helps developing nations embrace a clean-energy economy.

Dozens of countries support this revolutionary proposal, but the United States is holding back. As we move toward the Paris climate summit, U.S. negotiators — led by Secretary of State John Kerry — must take a strong stance against fossil fuels.

Please take action to urge Secretary Kerry to support the “zero by 2050” plan by signing the petition here:

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