D12 As the Paris Climate Summit ends, thousands of people will be back in the streets to have the final word and show that we’re taking our future into our own hands, setting the stage for more action in 2016.
As the Paris Climate Summit ends, thousands of people will be back in the streets to have the final word and show that we’re taking our future into our own hands, setting the stage for more action in 2016.
On December 12 at Noon, thousands of people across Paris will stream towards a single iconic point to be announced, in an empowering but peaceful demonstration of solidarity in action.
Negotiators arrived in Paris with proposals for action that already cross red lines of climate safety, and all signs point to the final deal being even weaker. That means we must continue pushing for real action, even after talks conclude.
On December 12, we will honor the victims of climate change with beautiful things to see and build, and make plans with the global movement that has gathered in Paris for the coming years. We will lay down red lines of climate safety that must not be crossed, and collectively pledge to act so that they are not.
This will be our demonstration of hope, power and strength that we will hold as we bring the fight back to the fossil fuel industry in 2016.
What: Creative Red Lines mobilisation for climate justice at the end of COP21, recognising those who have lost their lives to climate change, war and terror — and those that will be impacted in the future by any deal that fails to keep at least 80% of fossil fuels in the ground and finance a just transition to 100% renewable energy.
When: Noon, December 12 — but everyone is encouraged to arrive by 12.00 on December 11 to receive a full action briefing.
Where: In a pre-decided location in Paris, which will be announced in the near future. Sign up and attend a briefing to make sure you know where to be.