Response to COP29 Organising Committee:

January 15, 2024By Valentina StacklPress Releases

The climate movement demands a process free of fossil influence, including real conflict-of-interest policies to keep fossil interests from co-opting the talks and social pressure to block the oil, gas, and coal industries from leading the energy transition.

Oil Change International reaction: COP28 agrees to ‘transition away from fossil fuels’

December 13, 2023By nicolePress Releases 1 Comment

“People power put a full, fast, fair, and funded fossil fuel phaseout at the top of the UN agenda. While we didn’t get there, we secured the first UN climate agreement that calls on all countries to ‘transition away from fossil fuels,’ sending an unprecedented signal to the fossil fuel industry that its days are numbered. This progress has only been achieved by decades of struggle by frontline communities, Indigenous Peoples, and the most affected countries.”

Press Release: Strong outcome to end of the fossil fuel era backed by large majority of UNFCCC Parties 

December 12, 2023By Al Johnson-KurtsPress Releases

Analysis released today by the Pacific Islands Climate Action Network (PICAN) and Oil Change International confirms that: At least 127 countries have called for or endorsed a decision to phaseout fossil fuels at this year’s UN climate negotiations. These countries account for 71.7% of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, and represent 46.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions and 69.7% of global GDP.