On Paris, it’s Trump and the fossil fuel industry versus everyone else on earth

Global carbon emissions have stopped growing — now we need to make them decline.

Major mobilisations keep happening.

Coal is in free fall.

Electric cars keep switching on, and combustion engines keep turning off.

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More money is moving out of the fossil fuel industry.

China’s emissions are decreasing as investment in solar increases.

Scientists are angry, and they are getting organized.

Solar and wind energy now employ more people in the US than coal and gas — and almost 10 million people worldwide.

The world’s most climate vulnerable countries are leading the way to 100% renewable energy.

There’s never been a more important time for action. We won’t go back.

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