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== See also ==
== See also ==
*[[Climate change solutions UK]]
*[[Climate change solutions UK]]
*[[Climate action#Carbon literacy|Carbon literacy]]
*[[Climate action]], [[Climate news]]
*[[Climate action]], [[Climate news]]
*[[Measures to stop global warming]], [[:Category:Climate change mitigation]]
*[[Measures to stop global warming]], [[:Category:Climate change mitigation]]

Revision as of 16:08, 24 February 2020

Natural climate solutions

Natural Climate Solutions

Open CO2

Open CO2 is a project to help crowdsource open carbon accounts for local communities worldwide. It can also be about carbon literacy, encouraging ourselves to learn more about what the available data might show. Open local carbon accounts would help make possible Participatory carbon budgeting. See separate article: Open CO2


see also: Carbon literacy

Participatory carbon budgeting

The idea is to combine two other ideas: participatory budgeting W and a carbon budget for an area, typically a large town or city. See separate article: Participatory carbon budgeting

Emissions Reduction Community based currency schemes

A community based emissions reduction currency scheme is a C4 type local currency in which local currency issues are backed by the emissions reductions of the schemes members. The local currency, when accepted for trade by other members or local businesses, thereby rewards participants for their efforts at global warming prevention. These currencies may have various degrees of convertibility into carbon saved, renewable energy, or national currency. W

Other climate change solutions

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News and comment


Feb 12 Planting Trees Won’t Save the World, By Erle C. Ellis, Mark Maslin and Simon Lewis. The authors are scientists. [1]


Feb 7 Netherlands: Holland's Sea Ranger Service hugely sequestrates carbon. But it also socially benefits many: the unemployed, veterans, port workers [2]

Jan 29 I pioneered the four-day week – now policymakers must adopt it to fight the climate crisis, Andrew Barnes [3]


A European tour of climate solutions [4]

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Jan 8 Australia news: Make Australia green again [5]

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Jan 2 Germany cuts fares for long-distance rail travel in response to climate crisis [6]


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Nov 20 Climate change solutions UK: Self-authoring and self-transforming communities should be our goal. But new citizens need personal development, too [7]

Nov 13 Climate change solutions UK: Is #GE2019 really going to become the "climate election"? The polls suggest that parties could make it so [8]

Oct 28 Technology will not save us from climate change – but imagining new forms of society will [9]

Oct 9 Cross-sector ‘third spaces’ incubate social, climate solutions [10]



  • Rapid Transition Alliance, Rapid economic transition, including widespread behaviour change to sustainable lifestyles, is necessary to live within planetary ecological boundaries and to limit global warming to below 1.5 degrees. Rapid transition shows examples of evidence-based hope for change whose speed and potential scale will steer us towards staying within those boundaries and which advance social justice. Content published under a Creative Commons license. added 14:52, 22 January 2020 (UTC)


Project Drawdown

  • Drawdown, 100 solutions to reverse global warming

Project Drawdown is a climate change mitigation project initiated by Paul Hawken and climate activist Amanda Joy Ravenhill. Central to the project is the compilation of a list of the “100 most substantive solutions to global warming.” The list, encompassing only technologically viable, existing solutions, was compiled by a team of over 200 scholars, scientists, policymakers, business leaders and activists; for each solution the carbon impact through the year 2050, the total and net cost to society, and the total lifetime savings were measured and modelled.

Paul Hawken has edited the book Drawdown: The most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming to support the Project. W

See also

Interwiki links

Carbon price W, Passivhaus W

External links