10:10 Campaign

The campaign to cut our (individuals, businesses, schools, organisations etc) carbon footprint by 10% within a year.

Global leaders have only three months to get their act together and sign a strong Climate Treaty in Copenhagen.

Moderate plans of 30% cut in emissions by 2020 will only give us a 50/50 chance of stopping runaway climate change.

See Newsnight's Jeremy Paxman, interview Ed Milliband and Franny Armstrong 10 September: BBC Newsnight link and video clip>>

It's been predicted for years now methane gas plumes spotted in Atlantic's warming ocean.

Nature gives us yet another stark warning of climate change... read more from New Scientist magazine

What can we do...? Sign up to cut your emissions by 10% by 2010 (that's next year!).

"The 10:10 campaign, which is launched today [1st Sept 2009] in partnership with the Guardian, is designed both to answer the call for immediate action, and to offer individuals and organisations a meaningful way of taking it. It is the brainchild of Franny Armstrong, the irrepressible film-maker behind The Age of Stupid, a powerful docudrama about our failure to tackle climate change. The idea is compellingly simple: by signing up, individuals and organisations from multinational companies to schools and hospitals commit to doing their best to cut their emissions by 10% by the end of 2010, precisely the sort of deep, quick cut the scientists say is needed." Ian Katz, Guardian 1st Sept - read full article >>

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