The People’s Dossier on 1.5°C contains the stories of communities fighting against fossil fuel projects and for a fast and just transition to 100% renewable energy. It outlines how climate change is currently impacting them and grounds their fight in the latest climate science.
As the Mediterranean is already struggling with droughts and wildfires, Europe fuels the climate crisis with new gas mega-pipelines. A local community protecting its century-old olive groves is fighting back.
The proposed coal plant could displace up to 120,000 people and disrupt delicate marine environment threatened by climate change. Kenyan civil society is up in arms, accusing leaders of neocolonialism.
With rapidly rising sea levels, and the threat of unpredictable storms, the Atlantic Ocean, source of life and tradition in Bargny, is now one of the greatest threats to its future. Plans for a new coal plant will only add fuel to the fire.