Stop Climate Chaos


Ask Gordon to get a climate deal back on track

COP15 ended so badly, Christian Aid want you to write to Gordon Brown, Spain's José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, and European Council president, Herman Van Rompuy asking them to commit the EU to a 30% emissions reduction target.

Use the button below to take action on COP15, and to make sure it remains a key issue in the lead up to the election.

Tell world leaders you're taking action

World leaders in Copenhagen failed to deliver the agreement necessary to keep us safe from climate change. In response Greenpeace is mobilising the largest movement civil society has ever witnessed, to demand a fair, ambitious, legally binding climate treaty.

Use their action below to show your solidarity.

Ask Gordon for 40% emissions cuts

Current EU commitments to 20% emissions cuts (based on 1990 levels), rising to 30% if a strong global deal is agreed, are simply not enough.

The target for the EU needs to be at least 40% if we want to avoid the danger level of a 2°C rise in global warming. Please write to Gordon Brown using his CAFOD action asking him to put pressure on the other EU leaders to sign up to the required 40% emissions reduction.

Add your name to the RSPB's Letter to the Future

The RSPB's Letter to the Future will be used to hold politicians to account over climate change and the destruction of our environment, so the more names, the more impact!

Write to Ed Miliband demanding 40% reductions

The UK needs to commit to a minimum of 40% emissions reductions (based on 1990 levels) to stand a 50:50 chance of avoiding global temperature rises exceeding the danger level of 2°C.

Use Friends of the Earth's action to write to Ed Miliband, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, to demand the UK commits to at least 40% reductions and puts up more money to help those people who will be hit first & worst by the effects of climate change.

Write to Gordon, demand a real deal

After the disappointing result from COP15, we have to keep the pressure on world leaders. Use this Oxfam action to write to Gordon Brown and demand a real deal.

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