Stop Climate Chaos


2009, it's time to act

The UN climate change conference in Copenhagen this December is, "the most important meeting mankind has ever had." That's the simple and striking message from our campaigns director, Thomas Schultz-Jagow, in the video message above.

EU puts coal ahead of the climate - Greenpeace

European Leaders lack both the vision and the political will to get a deal for the climate in Copenhagen, Greenpeace warned today.

Commenting on the climate deal agreed in Brussels, Robin Oakley, Greenpeace UK climate campaigner, said:

Guardian prints responses to Ed Miliband's popular mobilisation comments

Following on from Ed Miliband's comments about the need for a popular mobilisation on climate change in the order of Make Poverty History, the Guardian has published responses from Oxfam, WDM, Friends of the Earth and us. Ashok Sinha spoke on behalf of the Stop Climate Chaos Coalition, you can read what he said below:

Denmark: Highlighting children's concerns about climate

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, 8 October 2008 – The voices of children from all over the world convened to make themselves heard in the international climate debate earlier this week, as UNICEF Denmark and the municipality of Copenhagen hosted a preview of next year's 'Children's Climate Forum Copenhagen 2009' (CCFC 09). The event, held at a public school in Copenhagen, offered an advance look at CCFC09 to the Danish and international media.

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