We can stop Climate Disaster . . .

but it takes clear, fact-based thinking.

This site will bring you important developments, interactive educational facilities, and more.

Our mission is to educate, inspire and energize people to work together to save our planet  from climate disruption. We analyse, explain and propose policy options to keep temperature rise within acceptable limits.

What's happening now...

If you believe that nuclear stands up to the requirements for safety, negligible CO2 emissions and concentrated energy production that we need to power the world while saving our climate, you are not alone. During the month of September 2020, activists will be holding Stand Up for Nuclear events in over 40 cities around the world.

Stand Up for Nuclear


Nuclear Pride Coalition (FB)

On 12 September in the UK

On 27 September in Paris

“Less nuclear means more coal”, these protestors point out. The French government aims to bring the proportion of nuclear generated electricity down to 50% from the current 71%.
More here.
We regularly publish our point of view on the state of out planet and what's to be done.
Eight Critical Actions for Climate Emergency Leaders - December 2019
10 Ways for UNFCCC to drive CO2 reductions - July 2019
12 Solutions that can limit global warming - April 2019
While you're sitting at home... Why not keep up to date on the most recent Coronavirus statistics?
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Business as Usual will bring the world’s average temperature warming to 4.1°C by 2100. What combination of policies might best prevent disaster?
The En-ROADS Climate Change Solutions Simulator is a handy, powerful tool for evaluating policy decisions.
More, here.

Saving Our Planet supports the Leaders’ Pledge for Nature.

Political leaders of 64 countries meeting on 28 September 2020 pledged to Reverse Biodiversity Loss by 2030.

From the Pledge:

"Science clearly shows that biodiversity loss, land and ocean degradation, pollution, resource depletion and climate change are accelerating at an unprecedented rate. This acceleration is causing irreversible harm to our life support systems and aggravating poverty and inequalities as well as hunger and malnutrition. Unless halted and reversed with immediate effect, it will cause significant damage to global economic, social and political resilience and stability and will render achieving the Sustainable Development Goals impossible."

The Leaders aim to send a united signal to step up global ambition for biodiversity and to commit to  collective ambition for nature, climate and people, commensurate with the scale of the crisis.

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