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Soon, we are going to change the way we live.
We will use the infinite energy sources which are available: the wind, the sun and the tides, rather than seeking out ever more polluting fossil fuels. We will preserve our resources, not waste energy, stop discarding a third of the world’s food supply. With ever more people on this planet, we won’t have any other option.
But when we do, it might be too late. Already the greenhouse gases produced by human activities are warming the planet and destabilising our climate. We can see the impacts now – we really don’t want to find out what 4 degrees of warming looks like.
We have the technology we need. All we are lacking is the political will, and if we act together we can change that. Let’s face reality and make the changes we need right now.
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Spare a few minutes to show your support for some of the following ongoing campaigns!
Tell INEOS to not frack in the UK.
Tell the London Science Museum to keep the children's galleries free and to end sponsorships by oil companies.
Tell the Native American people that they are not alone in opposing the building of an oil pipeline which threatens the Missouri River.