09 May '11, 1pm

@UN steps up the call for a clean energy future, we're Moving the Planet so they can step higher via @diana350

@UN steps up the call for a clean energy future, we're Moving the Planet so they can step higher via @diana350

Here at 350 we often say that to get back to a 350ppm limit of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere we need to get beyond fossil fuels as quickly as possible and build up a 100% renewables powered future. A recently launched report by IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) underlines this vision by demonstrating that one big piece of the climate solutions puzzle has to be the rapid development of renewables by quickly introducing renewables energy policies in as many countries as possible. The 900 pages Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation analyzed the growth potential of different renewable energy sources, existing policies to support a rapid growth of renewables and the possibilities of meeting raising energy needs by increasing the use of renewables. Although the report falls short when it comes to proposing a clear vision and p...

Full article: http://www.350.org/en/about/blogs/ipcc-report-states-need...

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