Power up community-centred renewable energy solutions
We have the tools, technology and knowledge to create the conditions for climate solutions to thrive. A cleaner and more equitable world is possible – let's build the future we want!
Across the globe, people are resisting the expansion of fossil fuels, their social licence to operate has been crushed, and the calls to phase them out are growing louder and louder — from the streets to the corridors of power. Wind and solar are producing a record amount of clean electricity year after year. We are moving forward into the world we want to see!
We are inspired by communities using solutions to the climate crisis as tools of resistance in the fight against the fossil fuel industry, focusing on equitable, accessible, clean and efficient energy sources. We need to transform the systems that have propped up fossil fuel giants and transfer power and resources to those who have been marginalised and suppressed, those who are least responsible for the climate crisis and who are often the most heavily impacted. And we know this revolution is possible!
Let's power up a cleaner, more sustainable and more equitable renewable future. Come with us!
We believe in our collective power for stopping the climate crisis. And every and each one of us can make a difference.
COP28 must underpin the tripling of renewables with tangible political commitments and processes to unlock finance: debt cancellation at scale, $100 billion in concessional finance, and $200 billion in grants yearly.
Renewable sources have the power to save our climate and usher in a new era of abundant and clean energy for all. We want that future to put people first, and that’s why we fight for community-centred renewable energy projects. But what do we actually mean when we say this?
The State of Climate Action: a review by Climate Action Tracker of initiatives from civil society fighting to rapidly transform the systems that propel our economy, including power generation, buildings, industry, transport, land use, and agriculture
The Sky’s the Limit: Solar and wind energy potential is 100 times as much as global energy demand