“With crucial climate talks on the horizon, Keep it in the ground turns its focus to hope for the future – the power to change and the solar revolution.
“…the Guardian is launching the next stage of its climate change campaign as our team of environment correspondents around the world champion a rare commodity in the climate change debate – hope.
“There is hope in the many voices who are now calling for action from their leaders.
“There is hope in the rapidly falling cost of renewable energy that is starting to transform our dirty energy system.
“There is hope in the pledge by G7 countries to phase out coal power.
“There is hope in the communities and innovators around the world who are getting on with the job rather than waiting for the politicians.
“In short, the world is beginning to get to grips with the biggest problem it faces, but has arrived at a crossroads. Powerful forces are still at work against a meaningful agreement in Paris. So those who believe that climate change needs urgent solutions cannot let up the pressure.”
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