Save Copenhagen: Real Deal Now!
Today the Copenhagen climate summit ended in failure: an unambitious, non-binding accord that leaders themselves admit won't come close to tackling climate change.
Their failure is a disappointment -- and their failure is a challenge. We must work harder, demand more and never resile from our fight for our children and our planet.
That fight continues now. In just 6 weeks time leaders of each country will lock in their nation's emissions reduction targets under this week's agreement.
We must show leaders that their inaction is unacceptable.
Join over 14 million people from around the world in the largest ever climate petition. Our campaign will continue to build until we get a Real Deal - we won't accept a sham. Sign below, tell everyone -- it's not too late:
Petition to the 110 Presidents and Prime Ministers negotiating in Copenhagen:
We call on each one of you to make the concessions necessary to meet your historic responsibility in this crisis. Rich countries must offer fair funding, and all countries must set ambitious targets on emissions. Do not leave Copenhagen without a fair, ambitious and binding deal that keeps the world safe from catastrophic global warming of 2 degrees.
Sign the Real Deal Petition Below
This page is part of the massive joint petition of the TckTckTck campaign, a global alliance of more than 200 groups worldwide -- including Avaaz -- working for a fair, ambitious, and binding treaty in Copenhagen.
11,106,788 have joined the call to action.
Delivery of our massive petition is underway, with 19 youth from all over the world staging a sit-in in the conference centre, reading out loud the names of those around the world who are demanding a fair, ambitious, and binding global climate treaty. You can read more about the sit-in here: http://itsgettinghotinhere.org/2009/12/16/live-blog-youth-activists-refuse-to-leave-before-everyones-voices-are-heard/"