Ending New Fossil Fuel Production
So, how do we get there?
We work to stop new fossil fuel production through both supply-side campaigns—which focus on limiting the supply of oil and gas to market—and demand-side campaigns—which focus on policies to limit the consumption of, or demand for, fossil fuels. With this two-pronged approach, we are able to pressure governments and fossil fuel companies on multiple fronts, accelerating the shift toward clean energy.
Our current campaigns focus on ending the production, transport, and distribution of oil, gas, and coal. From campaigns against the production of extreme fuels in North America and the Amazon to SAFE Cities initiatives changing the conditions that allow new fossil fuel projects to be proposed in the first place, we’re making it harder for fossil fuel companies to extract, move, and sell dirty fuels at every point along the supply chain.
Ending California’s complicity in new oil drilling in the Amazon
As a major consumer of Amazonian oil, the state of California plays an outsized role in the destruction of this sacred rainforest.
Ending Fracking and LNG in BC
Despite what the fossil fuel industry would have you believe – LNG (liquefied natural gas) and fracking are two of the fastest growing threats to our climate.
Stopping the Trans Mountain Pipeline
590,000 more barrels of tar sands each day. A 700% increase in oil tankers in the Salish Sea. A threat to endangered Orca whales.
Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty
The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative is spurring international cooperation to end the fossil fuel era.
Restoring Canada’s Climate Leadership
Canada is one of the top ten global emitters of climate pollution and has some of the highest per capita emissions amongst major industrialized countries.