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Our big "Yes!" to clean green renewable energy

Coalition CEOs and their flags fly next to Kingsnorth

We have just unveiled our brand new campaign focusing on the critical issue of renewable energy in the UK.

Our director, Ashok Sinha, said "The Government must make clean green renewables the number 1 energy choice for the UK".

Switching to renewable energy instead of using coal for electricity is one of the most important ways to prevent global warming spiralling above the 2°C danger threshold, protecting the world’s most vulnerable people from climate change.

Oxfam's 'No to new coal' action

E.ON are the company poised waiting for the Government decision, ready to start building a new coal power station at Kingsnorth. If you'd like to email Paul Golby (CEO of E.ON) about Kingsnorth, Oxfam have an action on their website where you can do just that.

From Credit Crunch to Climate Crunch

London People & Planet and Platform activists paid a visit to one of RBS's recruitment fairs today, with jobless bankers and homeless polar bears highlighting the risks of a future climate crunch if RBS continues irresponsible lending to fossil fuels.

Final nail in the coffin for Heathrow expansion and Kingsnorth

Today’s, report from the influential committee on climate change has recommended that the UK cuts greenhouse gases emissions by at least 80 percent and that this target should include emissions from aviation and shipping. The World Development Movement welcomes this news as a potential ‘reprieve’ for the poorest people in the world.

Benedict Southworth, director of the World Development Movement said:
“These recommendations will potentially be a reprieve for the world’s poorest people, whose lives and livelihoods are threatened the most by dangerous climate change.

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