We all have our own worlds. Our world could be the house we live in or the community we are part of, or it could be the family we love, the work we do, or the region we come from.
Whatever your world is, climate change is affecting it – because of the impact on our environment that we are already experiencing, and because of the changes we need to make as a society to ensure a better future
The good news is that each of us can do something in our own world every day to reduce the effects on the
environment and to move towards living more sustainably – a shift that brings with it benefits and new opportunities.
While many of our actions may seem small in isolation, taken together the impact is far bigger than in our individual world.
You can find the European Climate Pact Document here.
Do you have ideas on how to tackle climate change and want to make your voice heard? The Climate Pact’s “Peer Parliaments” are your chance to have a say!
Climate change affects us all, yet we can do something about it in many areas of our lives: from the places we live to the vehicles we use and the food that we eat. Collectively, we can make a difference.
With the European Green Deal, a roadmap to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, the EU is well on track to becoming the first climate-neutral continent by 2050 – but we need you on board! Tell us your ideas, opinions and wishes on how to achieve climate neutrality in Europe.
Your opinions are then collected and aggregated with the results from all Peer Parliaments across Europe. The Climate Pact Secretariat will then draft a report and submit it to the European Commission, before discussing it with policymakers and stakeholders.