Climate change, like nuclear weapons, is a major global threat.
The main cause of the climate emergency is fossil fuels — responsible for 86% of all carbon dioxide emissions in the past decade.
Phasing out fossil fuels in a manner that is not only fast, but also fair, will require unprecedented international cooperation. Despite the destructive reality of fossil fuels, there is no binding global mechanism to phase-out their production.
That is why thousands of academics, scientists, parliamentarians, cities and civil society leaders are calling for a new global treaty to manage a global just transition away from fossil fuels.
Join them by endorsing the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty today.