Climate Emergency Institute The Health and Human Rights Approach to Greenhouse Gas Pollution
Climate change is set to inflict “severe, widespread, and irreversible impacts” on people and the natural world unless carbon emissions are cut sharply and rapidly. IPCC at Lima, pre-COP20 (2014)
Site maintained by Peter Carter
15 May 2018 UN Sec. General says climate change is an 'existential threat' to most life on the planet, including and especially humankind, UN chief warns global summit, and the age of fossil fuels must be ended.
VIDEO of the historic statement by UN Secretary-General António Guterres
VIDEO UN Dec 2019 COP 25 IPCC Chair 2020 & on global emissions decline imperative
25 June 2020 UN Climate Secretariat:To avoid runaway climate change we must act now"
3 Aug 2020 Physicists: 90% Chance of Human Society Collapsing Within Decades
There is universal agreement on immediate (2020) rapid global emissions decline, to avoid total planetary catastrophe. This is the bottom line for our survival
Welcome to the Climate Emergency Institute. I'm Peter Carter, founder and director of CEI. That we're in a dire climate emergency is now widely acknowledged. The purpose of this site is threefold:
to show the increasing science evidence of the climate emergency
to portray the human dimensions of the climate emergency
to outline the urgently needed emergency measures and responses
Dr. Peter Carter, speaker at a 2009 international climate change conference in Washington, DC
Here is the overwhelming comprehensive proof of the now dire planetary emergency and that the world economy has the world on a fast track for biosphere collapse.
1 Sept 2020 Biosphere collapse trend Comprehensive data
PLANETARY EMERGENCY DIRE BUT IGNORED >The destructive world consumer economy has brought about the 6th mass extinction of species, increased by climate change >World powers plan to keep emitting record quantities of greenhouse gases with no plan to stop emitting, which has the human race and most of life condemned to annihilation. > Since the 2018 IPCC 1.5C Report the global climate emergency is widely acknowledged. > CLIMATE CHANGE IS ACCELERATING > Climate change indicators are at record highs and accelerating higher, > tracking the very worst-case scenario. > Climate change impacts are happening decades sooner than projected > All planetary catastrophic amplifying feedbacks have been triggered > There is universal science agreement on immediate rapid global emissions decline on a and from 2020, to avoid total planetary catastrophe. This is the bottom line for our survival. > But the only plans are for continued increased emissions which are being rapidly back to pre-Covid levels.
Locked in commitment is over 1.5C by 2021 and over 2C at full equilibrium warming (long after 2100) Jan 2021 research
12 December 2020
Secretary-General's remarks at the Climate Ambition Summit Can anybody still deny that we are facing a dramatic emergency?
That is why today, I call on all leaders worldwide to declare a State of Climate Emergency in their countries