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Growing our Future: Be BOLD Petition

 

We must act now to limit temperature rises and reduce our carbon emissions.

People across the world, especially in poorer countries, are feeling the effects of climate change. As temperatures rise, so do the risks to health, livelihoods, food security, access to water and economic growth.

We have a historic opportunity to help shape the future of our planet in Glasgow this November at the United Nations’ climate change conference, COP26. As the COP’s host, the UK government is working with global leaders to agree a global action plan to respond to the climate emergency.

Sign our petition to Boris Johnson now demanding that he takes bold action to limit the rise in global temperatures.

Join us today. Together we can give hope a voice!


Dear Prime Minister,

Pope Francis has spoken of the “urgent need for politics and economics to enter into a frank dialogue in the service of life, especially human life.”

COP26 needs strong leadership to limit the annual global temperature rising above 1.5°C. In taking action, you will protect people, especially the poorest , from its devastating effects. We urge you to:

-Lead global action on reducing carbon emissions to ensure all countries commit to taking the action needed to limit global warming

-Stop funding the fossil fuel industry. No subsidies. No new oil and gas ventures

-Work with world leaders to meet your commitment in providing countries on the frontline of the climate crisis with $100 billion each year in climate finance

Be bold, Boris!

Be BOLD Petition
Sign our petition to Boris Johnson now demanding that he takes bold action to limit the rise in global temperatures.
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