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To keep our planet liveable
Ban all new oil development, extraction, and infrastructure
Phase out the production and sales of cars that run on oil
Lead a just transition towards people-centred, renewable energy and transport systems
Melting ice caps, dying coral reefs, wildfires, more and more extreme weather events: we’re facing a climate emergency because we’re burning fossil fuels. And yet oil companies keep on drilling for more oil.
Taking on one of the world's most powerful industries is no small task, but when millions of us come together, to stand for what we believe is possible, it sends a powerful message to decision makers.
We are the generation that ends oil.
People campaigning globally
Oil rigs taken down
The first country to say no to nuclear is on the verge of being completely oil free. Let’s push it over the edge and create a shining example for countries everywhere to follow.
2 years ago after diving to the ocean floor scientists discovered a unique coral reef where the Amazon meets the sea. Now they’ve helped to muster over 2 million people to defend this unique treasure from oil drillers.
On Australia’s south coast there is an entirely unexplored ocean, home to more different species than the great barrier reef. Help us make this sea oil free.
At Standing Rock, Indigenous Peoples peacefully opposed the Dakota Access Pipeline inspiring millions around the world. Now people are taking action to stop pipelines all over North America.
Our cities are choking in air pollution. We demand cities designed for people, not cars! Our cities are choking in air pollution. We demand clean air now!
Half a million of us are taking Norway’s government to court for releasing new Arctic oil. We are prepared to go all the way to supreme court to stop the drilling! Join us.
In 2013 the Arctic Sunrise was illegally seized and the 30 people aboard arrested for trying to stop Arctic drilling. Millions of us rallied to free the Arctic 30, and declare the Arctic off limits to oil drilling and industrial fishing.
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