|Political willingness and market driven incentives or mechanisms are the key to a renewable energy pathway. |
|Posted by Ugranath Chakarvarty on Sun July 15th, 2012 07:25:15 |
|I watt to take part of this importa|
|Posted by Syed g Dastagir on Mon February 7th, 2011 14:02:28 |
|Posted by srini on Mon November 22nd, 2010 09:33:23 |
|Posted by sri on Wed November 10th, 2010 11:38:58 |
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|Posted by Vera Maria Bini on Wed May 26th, 2010 18:14:50 |
|Political will and politcal committement are rewable resources, parliaments of the world must put pressure on the executives to act now reverse global warming.Climate change is the bigest dister that humanity has ever faced. Individualy and collectively we must take action now or we perish.|
|Posted by kigyagi arimpa john on Thu January 7th, 2010 16:37:04 |
|Please send me news about climate change|
|Posted by Stephanie Mailesi on Wed December 2nd, 2009 00:33:44 |
|It already exist before man, always shines inviting small Island state to make use of it. A clean energy which saves energy, solar energy. Reduce your emission a small Island state such as Kiribati will be the victim of yourCarbon emissions. |
|Posted by Tangariki Reete on Mon November 16th, 2009 12:37:01 |
|Comfort zones are a thing of the past. We must make changes NOW based on sound science.|
|Posted by Linda on Fri November 13th, 2009 10:25:30 |
|Let's go for it!|
|Posted by Timothy Nater on Fri October 23rd, 2009 12:09:47 |
|Expert in PV industries and applications.
Experience in Congo (2005)for renewable energy installations|
|Posted by Luca Secco on Mon September 28th, 2009 10:52:34 |
|As a world we should be calling our governments for vaiable ways of have sources of clean energy which can be affordable by all rural people.|
|Posted by ibrahim matola on Sun September 13th, 2009 11:14:23 |
|I strongly support this petition. The call for clean energy should not be mere rhetorics but one of necessity particularly in sub saharan Africa where the carbon emissions are increasing by day. Despite the abundance of clean renewable energy sources and the various continental protocols ratified by governments, I am not aware of any African country that generates up to 5% of its energy from clean energy sources. Clean energy sources should be urgently promoted and implemented by all nations if we are to avoid the effects of climate change which is clearly eveident today.|
|Posted by Akin Sanda on Wed September 9th, 2009 11:34:12 |
|These should extend to north Africa, where there is a high potential for concentrating solar power (CSP).|
|Posted by Cedric Knight on Fri July 3rd, 2009 10:08:18 |
|Sound initiatives such as this are beginning to move mankind in the right direction.|
|Posted by Hywel Roberts on Mon May 11th, 2009 23:01:21 |
|Governments seem content to assert intentions, but seem reluctent to promote action. The world is running out of time.|
|Posted by Keith Harvey on Sun May 10th, 2009 15:24:19 |
|It's hard to know what to add to the above, other than zero carbon is ultimately the only game in town.
Imagine clean, quiet roads - doesn't bear thinking about !|
|Posted by Steve Sowerby on Mon April 27th, 2009 12:21:51 |
|Effective action, urgent action...|
|Posted by Richard Thomas on Wed April 1st, 2009 14:10:21 |
|This is existing technology and could be implemented rapidly given the money and political will.|
|Posted by Julian Jackson on Wed April 1st, 2009 13:47:33 |
|We need clean energy asap!|
|Posted by Larry Kazdan on Mon March 9th, 2009 23:50:49 |
|USA and China are the two biggest polluting countries in the whole world. This is the real Weapons of Mass Destruction, or even Weapons of World Destruction...|
|Posted by Mohamed ElGohary on Mon March 9th, 2009 18:34:59 |
|We have a great opportunity to embrace technology, innovate and create a sustainable future for ourselves and future generations. The government are prepared to plough billions of pounds into the banks, how about giving some to the engineers to create a power generation and distribution system for our future.|
|Posted by Neil Pearse on Sun March 8th, 2009 20:57:20 |
|I note that if you type 'Supergrid petition' into Google, this page comes up, which makes it easy to access and tell people about. I’m going to tell everyone I know about this, and encourage them to tell everyone they know. I suggest everyone who signs does the same.
I will tell Avaaz [email@example.com]. They seem to be very effective in telling people about important causes and getting signatures - and this is our planet's most important cause.
De-coupling our civilisation from fossil fuel is what we Have to do, now; then concentrate on reducing the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Those technologies are developing, but we do have the renewables technology to ditch fossil fuel already, and we need to do it as quickly as we can, to have any hope of reversing the fatal climatic feedback mechanisms already activated.
|Posted by Elsie Burns on Mon March 2nd, 2009 11:47:56 |
|In this financial climate spending on this will save money in the long term|
|Posted by Jim Porter on Mon February 23rd, 2009 22:08:45 |
|No energy can be as much as democratic as : Solar ENergy. It shines everyday on every human being without any distinction|
|Posted by LABED Sifeddine on Mon January 26th, 2009 14:10:46 |
|Grids must be publicly funded and publicly owned.|
|Posted by David Weight on Wed January 21st, 2009 21:41:58 |
|The clean energy supergrid is the most promising way to avoid a catastrophe which we will experience if we do not quickly and effectively switch to 100% renewable energies. This technology therefore deserves our uttermost support.|
|Posted by Maiken Winter on Mon December 15th, 2008 10:37:42 |
|This initiative is a necessary part of delivering Europe's low carbon future and the vision it encapsulates is entirely consistent with the global approach set out in Kyoto2 (www.kyoto2.org)|
|Posted by Oliver Tickell on Thu December 11th, 2008 19:16:02 |
|Thanks for this petition.
Coordinator of TREC-UK|
|Posted by Gerry Wolff on Fri December 5th, 2008 11:31:39 |
|This cause has my committment|
|Posted by Nikhil Wahal on Thu November 13th, 2008 06:22:43 |
|We need to persuade our Governments to move away from their reliance on fossil fuels for power and move to wind, solar wave power etc, Go for it.|
|Posted by Antony Smith on Fri October 24th, 2008 11:21:32 |
|I DO FULLY SIGN UP TO THIS GREAT DRIVE.
To mitigate the effects of climate change ,i started a tree growing project targeting vast barehills in my constituency [rwampara in western uganda]
The project target is planting over 5 million trees on 4500ha of barehills owned by poor people.
|Posted by Charles Ngabirno on Fri October 24th, 2008 09:39:59 |
|Notons bien qu'en couvrant 1/10 de la surface du désert Sahara, la totalité de l'énergie électrique globale pourrait être produite.
En plus, on devra relier le ‘Supergrid’ vers les pays de la zone Sahel pour les faire participer de même.
En plus de la production de l'énergie électrique,
on pourra mettre à disposition de l'énergie thermique pour la désalination de l'eau de mer en vue de la transformer en eau potable!!
|Posted by Marcel Oberweis on Fri October 24th, 2008 09:37:03 |
|Yes, I would like my name to be included in the call for supergrid initiatives to save the world from further deterioration|
|Posted by Lalhming Liana on Thu October 23rd, 2008 06:52:16 |