Limiting Global Warming to 1.5 Degress

New Project Syndicate Article: “Defense of the 1.5°C Climate Change Threshold”

According to a recent paper in the journal Nature, the world’s remaining “carbon budget” –...

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CARBON BRIEF: World can meet growing food demands and limit warming to 1.5C, study says

Carbon Brief featured a new study, by Dr. Stefan Frank, which finds that reducing emissions from agriculture...

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CarbonBrief: Warming limit of 1.5C would ‘save’ huge expanses of permafrost, study says

  CarbonBrief article highlights that the increase to 2C rather than stabilizing at 1.5C has severe impacts on...

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New Project Syndicate Article: “Defense of the...

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At COP22: Civil Society and Youth Groups...

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 1.5 Degrees: Meeting the challenges of the Paris Agreement

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Infographic that says 0.5 is a big difference. 0.5 is the most ambitious target still considered achievable. Infographic that says Nations, People, Species need 1o5c to survive. Infographic that says 1.5 degree celsius means more clean air, jobs, and energy access and much else. Infographic that say that Science says it can be done if we all act fast. Infographic that says you can help by joining an event, run a campaign, show you support, spread the word.

0.5 is the most ambitious target still considered achievable.

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0.5 is a big difference

Half a degree is a big deal

Another infographic that says the planet already warmed by 1 degree celsius since industrialization, and people everwhere are feeling the heat. It affects people's health and safety around the world.Find out more

Two is just too much

Another infographic that says that the length of heat waves in the tropics doubles. When we reach 1.5 degree celsius and another whole month of heat waves would be added again if we hit 2 degrees. FACT: 1.6 of warming is the best estimate for when melting of the greenland ice sheet becomes irreversible.Learn about it

The bad news stops with Orange logo of 1o5c

Another infographic that says at the heart of the Paris agreement. A unique and universal new global treaty to tackle climate change. In 2016, renewable energy employed x4 the jobs that coal, did in the US for around 1/3 less power generated. It is the toughest warming target that can still be achieved. 1.5 degree celsius is a chance to thrive. Reducing the pollution behind global warming will boost prosperity bringing more clean are with new and high quality green jobs by improvng access to energy improving financial stability and much more.Get the info

You can help get us to 1.5c

Infographic that says 1.5 degree celsius is only possible with urgent global action. Business, Every Government, Community and Individual. All around the world people can take action by reducing energy consumption, improving energy efficiency, cutting back wast, stopping and reversing deforestation, and much else that is causing the pollution that is heating the planetJoin us

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Events

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11/11/2016

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

#1o5C Campaign Event at Formula E, UNFCCC COP22

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#1o5C Campaign Event at Formula E, UNFCCC COP22

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20/02/2017 - 21/02/2017

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Great Event Not to Miss

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Updates

At COP22: Civil Society and Youth Groups Call for Urgent Climate Action on 1.5°C and 100% Renewable Energies

Marrakesh, Morocco. Major civil society groups demand that governments follow-up the Paris Agreement with increased urgent action to prevent average global warming from rising 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels by transitioning to 100% renewable energy. COP22 must reinforce this Paris Agreement goal and the need for enhanced action as a matter...

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World’s Largest Greeting Card Mosaic for 1.5°C

By #1o5C The World Advanced Vehicle Expedition (WAVE) with the #1o5C campaign of the Climate Vulnerable Forum supported by UNDP and with Forumla E organised the world's largest greeting card mosaic at the Formula E race track in Marrakech 11 November 2016. More than 50,000 school children from 24 countries...

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Olympic Athletes Support #1o5C Campaign at Rio 2016

By 1o5C Author During the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, more than 100 athletes came together to tell the world that while they are striving to break sports records, 1.5°C is the record that we must not break. Keeping global warming below 1.5°C is the only safe global temperature goal that...

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Lead Organisations

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The Climate Vulnerable Forum is an international partnership of countries highly vulnerable to a warming planet.

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Care International is a humanitarian organization providing disaster relief and fighting poverty around the world.

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Promoting goverment and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels.


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