Dénia's PSPV will support the World Climate Strike

The team PSPV-PSOE Dénia has shown his support for the strike called for tomorrow Friday worldwide to call for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. This statement says:

«From PSPV-PSOE Dénia we publicize our support for the Fridays for Future movement that invites us to support the World Climate Strike called for tomorrow Friday, September 27, and we join the 300 Spanish organizations that have joined adhered

We cannot continue, neither the government nor the citizens, denying the evidence that we have reached a climate alarm situation; the turning point, to achieve a concentration of carbon dioxide particles in the atmosphere of 415 ppm (parts per million) last April, a level that had not been registered for three million years. Therefore, this youth movement has called for everyone to get involved tomorrow and demonstrate our commitment to symbolic concentrations of 4 minutes and 15 seconds, between 11 and 12 h.

As a political organization, we know that our commitment has to be even stronger if possible, because access to government institutions allows us to carry out transformative work to reverse this critical situation.

The youngest have spoken and demand a law of climate change and forceful measures to stop the constant increase in temperature of the planet. According to the latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published in August, reducing greenhouse gas emissions is the only way to keep global warming below the critical 1,5 ° C.

On the part of the current acting government, the PSOE, some steps have already been taken in this direction with the Strategic Energy and Climate Framework. The purpose is to reach 2030 with a renewable electricity generation of 74% of the total and with a remission of emissions in the whole of our economy of 20%. »

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