Join more than 13 million people who have signed the petition by for a real climate deal

Posted on 18 December 2009

Petition to the 110 Presidents and Prime Ministers negotiating in Copenhagen:

We call on each one of you to work for a real deal.Do not wreck negotiations, or fail to do your part. Your agreements must be fair, ambitious and binding. Rich countries should lead the way, with fair long-term financing so poorer countries also do their share, while all countries must accept deals with legal force, and targets ambitious enough to stop catastrophic global warming. 

Act now, decisively and together: 


Copenhagen updates

Posted on 18 December 2009

Click here for the latest on the Copenhagen climate talks 

The response of WWF to the European Council in Brussels

Posted on 13 December 2009

WWF Statement on behalf of Jason Anderson, Head of EU Climate and
Energy Policy, WWF European Policy Office, in reaction to the European
Council held in Brussels on 10-11 December 2009

"The European Council has missed a great opportunity to move forward
on emissions reductions targets, and to inspire real progress in the
final, crucial week of negotiations in Copenhagen. This is extremely
disappointing. The EU has always tried to position itself as a leader

Global warming jeopardizes human health, scientists claim

Posted on 05 December 2009
9. 2. 2006
According to The British Lancet medical journal, we can expect human health risks to rise along with the progression of global warming.
Changes in sea level, rainfall, humidity and winds will increase death rates due to heat waves, infectious diseases, allergies, cholera, and starvation due to failing crops.