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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Scientist cries for climate change

A leading scientist broke down in tears during an interview on carbon pollution, describing a dark future where the oceans are ruined, according to Avaaz, a social change campaign organization, reports ITRealms.

In a petition by Avaaz made available to ITRealms, the campaigners said whether the signature nightmare comes true depends on those living.

Founder of Avaaz, Ricken Patel, the biggest climate summit of the decade is just four months away, and global leaders could agree to a revolutionary target to get the world off fossil fuels.

“It would be a guiding star to navigate away from climate catastrophe, signalling to politicians, boardrooms and stock-markets everywhere that the era of dirty energy is over. Winning won’t be easy -- but if we make leaders feel the power of this movement then we can win,” Patel said.
Also, Patel noted that last year Avaaz community helped create the biggest climate mobilisation in history at the People’s Climate March.

“Now, on November 29th - hours before leaders arrive at the Paris climate summit; it’s time to go even bigger!” Patel said, urging Avaaz community globally to click to say “I’m in” for this year’s People’s Climate March and you’ll be the first to find out what’s happening in your local area.

The campaigners pointed out that Paris is not our final destination in the struggle to stop climate change, but there’s every reason for hope that it could smash the deadlock.  

Even as they noted that Pope Francis recently called for real climate action, although G7 leaders have already committed to phase out fossil fuels, and the cost of renewables is dropping every single day.

“And all over the world, the climate movement is winning big, forcing clean energy onto the agenda of national leaders everywhere and moving millions out of fossil fuel investments,” they said.

According to the campaigners, they already have the technology required to spark the revolution to shift collision course with climate catastrophe.
“But for decades our leaders have pandered to the interests of powerful fossil fuel companies, and unless they know that people everywhere will fight for their future, there’s a real risk they’ll cave again,” the petitioners. 

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