Across the globe, people are fighting climate change in extraordinary ways. Innovative, life-saving measures – like growing drought-resistant crops, and building defences to protect against rising sea levels – are keeping people safe.
But while some crack on with the job, world leaders are taking an extraordinary amount of time to deliver what they've promised – a new Global Climate Fund.
If set up properly, the Climate Fund – a vital way of delivering cash to help poor communities avoid the worst effects of climate change – could deliver billions to those who need it most. But since pledging their support in late 2009, world leaders have made little progress in getting this idea off the ground.
An injection of political will is needed. Sign up here and we'll demonstrate your support to government decision makers ahead of UN climate negotiations in Mexico this December.
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