The Climate Action Tracker @climateactiontr
In 2015, 197 countries agreed to set emission targets that would limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees. Let’s see how we’re doing…
Johan Rockstrom, Climate impact scholar @jrockstrom
We’re running very real risks of destabilising the whole planet.
Here’s Johan’s plan for putting it back on the path of sustainability over the next 10 years.
Amanda Gorman, Inaugural Youth Poet Laureate of the United States @AmandaSCGorman
A stunning spoken word piece about ending the devastation of climate change.
Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner, Wales @sophiehowe
Taking the long view… Sophie is the world’s first future generations commissioner, tasked with future proofing for the next generation
Monica Araya, electrification advocate @MonicaArayaTica
The global shift to clean transport
Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr, Mayor of Freetown, Sierra Leone @yakisawyerr
A mayor’s “treetown” vision to plant a million trees over the next two years.
David Lammy MP @DavidLammy
We can’t solve climate change without racial, social and intergenerational justice.
Al Gore, Climate Advocate @algore
Becoming an activist, a talk with activists Gloria Kasang Bulus, Nigeria; Nana Firman, Indonesia; Ximena Loria, Costa Rica; Tim Guinee, U.S.
Al Gore introduces four people who have undertaken the Climate Reality training he founded – future leaders building the movement for climate survival and social justice from the ground up.
Christiana Figures, Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC 2010-2016 @CFigueres
Architect of the historic 2015 Paris Agreement, Christiana speaks about the unshakeable determination and stubborn optimism we will all need to fight for the generations that will come after us.
Find out more on the Global Optimism website and podcast
Count Us In @CountUsInSOCIAL
Count Us In is a new global movement seeking a billion people to commit to decreasing carbon pollution and act on climate change right now. Take a look at this short film and make your pledge!