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Below 1.5°C is possible, but requires radical action now to avoid reliance on dangerous technologies

We can keep warming below 1.5°C. But it will take a profound transformation of our societies and systems to create a better world, while avoiding climate breakdown and dangerous technologies, according to the world’s climate science body, the IPCC. 

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The information in this post and on systems-change.net draws on major scientific reports by the IPCC, and some of the most important and widely-supported declarations and demands by civil society on climate justice, climate science and 1.5°C.  

Science says climate change is already causing widespread impacts, more warming threatens severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts
Science is a foundation of effective climate action. The best united science currently available provides a basis for building solutions, addressing impacts, and achieving climate justice and equity.

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The Earth’s climate is destabilizing and the planet is in crisis. We need to change the system, not the climate. 

To be effective, our responses to the climate crisis must address root causes. This will require systems change through people-centered solutions at all levels, scaling up resistance to powerful polluters and elites, and mobilizing people everywhere to defend life on Earth.

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Further fossil fuel exploration and development is dangerous, climate leadership requires a managed decline of fossil fuel production.
To prevent climate breakdown we need to stop exploring for more fossil fuels, and decline existing production. Frontline communities are leading the way. Early action by wealthy producers, and protections for workers, communities and economies, will help end the fossil fuel era, and transition to a 100% renewable energy future. 

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End dirty energy and demand accountability from wealthy countries, corporations and people
The world’s energy system has destabilized the climate, while leaving a billion people without electricity. We can address the twin energy and climate crisis by ending dirty energy, transitioning to 100% renewables, and ensuring the poor have access, through a global transition that curbs pollution, creates new jobs and supports sustainable development. 

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Land use, including agriculture, is affecting the climate
What we eat, and how it is produced, is affecting the climate. Climate change, in turn, is affecting the systems we rely on for food, livelihoods and well-being. Climate and land solutions must work for people and nature, and avoid the dangerous distractions that will make things worse. 

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Loss and damage arises from extreme weather events, such as hurricanes and floods. It also includes “slow onset events,” such as sea level rise and land degradation
Climate change is already impacting the lives and livelihoods of people and communities around the world. Legally, countries must act to address climate-related loss and damage, through international bodies like the UN Warsaw Mechanism, with the effective participation of affected people.  
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Climate impacts are not the same for all, existing climate approaches may worsen women’s vulnerability
The impacts of climate change are not the same for everyone, and are often worse for women, particularly those working in threatened sectors such as agriculture, or lacking access to resources, information or participation. Gender must therefore be at the heart of effective climate responses at every level, local to global.
 

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Avoiding climate breakdown requires safe natural solutions to restore the Earth's forests and other living systems 
1.5°C requires cutting climate pollution essentially to zero as soon as feasible, while restoring the Earth’s forests and other living systems to remove and store carbon from the atmosphere. These safe natural solutions are different from dangerous “geoengineering” technologies, which risk more harm to people and nature. 

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Geoengineering risks dangerous interventions in the Earth’s systems 
A small group of elite engineers, billionaires and former climate deniers are trying to distract us from real climate solutions, with dangerous technologies to “geoengineer” the Earth’s oceans, lands and atmosphere. They want to continue to pollute and profit, while threatening adverse impacts from both climate change and dangerous techno-interventions.

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The information in this post and on systems-change.net draws on major scientific reports by the IPCC, and some of the most important and widely-supported declarations and demands by civil society on climate justice, climate science and 1.5°C.  

Stop carbon markets, and instead focus on real climate solutions
 
Rather than cut their emissions, wealthy polluters want to shift the burden to the poor through carbon markets and “offsetting”. Carbon markets have not worked, are unfair, and risk deferring the urgent action needed to avert climate breakdown. Instead of carbon markets, let’s focus on real climate solutions. 

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The information in this post and on systems-change.net draws on major scientific reports by the IPCC, and some of the most important and widely-supported declarations and demands by civil society on climate justice, climate science and 1.5°C.  

Corporations caused climate change and they are undermining climate science and solutions
The climate crisis has been driven by large corporations, which are responsible for a majority of climate pollution. Many of them are undermining climate science, policy and action, while influencing UN negotiations to protect their interests and “greenwash” their activities. Let’s hold corporations accountable, protect against vested interests, and ensure that polluters pay. 

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The information in this post and on systems-change.net draws on major scientific reports by the IPCC, and some of the most important and widely-supported declarations and demands by civil society on climate justice, climate science and 1.5°C.  

The way to solve the climate crisis in a fair and scientifically-sound way is to honor climate debts
A wealthy minority of the world’s countries, corporations and people are the principal cause of climate change; its adverse effects fall first and foremost on the majority that is poor. This basic and undeniable truth forms the foundation of the global climate justice movement. A fair and science-based solution calls on wealthy polluters to pay for climate solutions and to “make whole” those most affected by the climate crisis. 

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The information in this post and on systems-change.net draws on major scientific reports by the IPCC, and some of the most important and widely-supported declarations and demands by civil society on climate justice, climate science and 1.5°C.  

Each country should pledge to do its fair share based on its responsibilities for causing climate change, and its capabilities to address it
To meet the Paris Agreement’s goals, the global effort will need to be shared fairly between wealthier and poorer countries, and between wealthier and poorer people, according to the major study by civil society on fair shares and the climate emergency, the Civil Society Equity Review. 

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Mobilize everywhere to defend the climate, life and Mother Earth
We are at an unprecedented time in world history – a time at which we must act urgently, with unprecedented unity and clarity, to defend the climate, life and Mother Earth. 

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