In the world we want tomorrow, our planet and its people are thriving. But to what degree is that world at risk? Scientists warn that if our global temperature increases by 1.5ºC, we will face extreme and increasingly catastrophic damage to our societies, economies and nature.
So we’re acting today and saying YES to doing everything we can to keep our planet below the 1.5ºC threshold. YES to the world we want tomorrow. How will YOU say YES? Will you commit to drive less, take shorter showers or use reusable bags? JOIN US and CLICK TO TAKE THE PLEDGE
YES to cutting our greenhouse gas emissions.
YES to switching to 100% renewable energy.
YES to rebuilding coral reefs.
YES to taking action to halt deforestation.
YES to investing $1 billion in a more sustainable future.
YES to doing all we can to stay below the 1.5ºC temperature limit.
And we’re not stopping there. We’re calling on all of our partners to take their own pledge, so that together we can save our planet.
Join us and share your own pledge to the planet.
We all have a role to play, what’s yours?
Join us and share your pledge to the planet by clicking one of the 10 daily actions that you can take to reduce your carbon footprint, as recommended by the UN.
Encourage your friends to join you and Mars by using #PledgeForPlanet on social.
One third of all food produced is lost, wasted or spoiled. Pledge to shop local for produce and you’ll not only reduce your carbon footprint, you’ll support small businesses that need your help right now.
Households use about 30% of all global energy – and now it’s even more important to pull those plugs. Save energy, money and the planet all at the same time. Pledge to unplug!
By 2025, we could be dealing with up to 250 million tons of mismanaged waste, which ends up in landfills and pollutes the planet. Pledge to reduce, reuse, read the labels and recycle.
Lighting accounts for 15 percent of global power use. Pledge to reduce your energy consumption by turning off lights and switch to energy-efficient bulbs.
Using renewable energy like solar or wind can be cost effective and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Now that you’re staying home, pledge to switch to renewables — it's a win-win for you and the planet.
Did you know it takes 10,000 liters of water to produce one pair of jeans? Pledge to clean your closet, create new fashion and give old clothes new life to save energy, water and money.
To create the world we want tomorrow, we first have to imagine it.
Working with illustrator Steven Harrington, we’ve created a mural for Climate Week in New York City, that depicts a world brimming with life and diversity, where everyone has come together to implement innovative and collaborative solutions that allow societies and nature to thrive.
Take a closer look at what the world of tomorrow could look like, if we all act today.