We are at a critical moment.
In one month, the world is convening once again to deal with climate change. The Conference Of the Parties 21st Meeting (COP21) seeks a new international agreement on the climate, applicable to all nations, with the aim of keeping global warming below 2oC by 2050.
The COP21 Main Issues: "The stakes are high: the aim is to reach, for the first time, a universal, legally binding agreement that will enable us to combat climate change effectively and boost the transition towards resilient, low-carbon societies and economies.
...These efforts must take into account the needs and capacities of each country. The agreement will enter into force in 2020 and will need to be sustainable to enable long-term change."
Each country must publish its national contribution to the goal.
You can see your nation's pledge at the excellent tool from the World Resources Institute Climate Data Explorer: http://cait.wri.org/
For over 25 years, GENI has driven the strategy to link renewable energy resources around the world — the highest priority objective of the World Game™ simulation. The high-voltage interconnection between nations tapping abundant renewable energy development is an engineering strategy that's doable everywhere — now.
Negotiating CO2 reductions country by country is hard. Building and connecting renewables is a positive solution that deserves your highest priority action.
We have sent GENI's "Open Letter To Climate Change Experts And Negotiators." We make a strong case to stop new fossil fuel development and instead, build and connect renewable infrastructure. GENI's Fossil Fuels vs. Renewables Infographic explains the benefits to each nation. Tell your leaders, media and colleagues that this is urgent and important.
In Partnership for the Planet,