Petition to: review the council’s current carbon reduction plans to establish the actions needed to be compatible with 1.5 degrees warming, given the national and world concerns about the climate emergency. Further we ask the council to call on government and the Mayor of London to give Hounslow Council the powers and funding to enable Hounslow Council to become carbon neutral by 2030.

We the undersigned petition Hounslow Council to review the council’s current carbon reduction plans to establish the actions needed to be compatible with 1.5 degrees warming, given the national and world concerns about the climate emergency. Further we ask the council to call on government and the Mayor of London to give Hounslow Council the powers and funding to enable Hounslow Council to become carbon neutral by 2030. More details

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The IPCC’s Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C, published in October 2018, describes the enormous harm that a 2°C rise is likely to cause compared with a 1.5°C rise, and confirms that limiting Global Warming to 1.5°C may still be possible with ambitious action from national and sub-national authorities and others. We welcome action by the London Assembly, Bristol City Council and other city councils around the world declaring and committing resources to tackling the Climate Emergency and becoming carbon neutral by 2030.

Current signatories

Tony Firkins, the petition creator, joined by:

  • Christabel Keenan
  • Rebecca Warren
  • Mirinda Roche
  • Jon Elkon
  • Jenny Hicks
  • James Firkins
  • Mark Middleton-Smith
  • J.jenkins
  • victoria George
  • Pierre Renwick
  • Mariette Labelle
  • Vikram Jain
  • Sally Clark
  • Robert Palgrave
  • Karl Brinkley
  • Clare Palgrave
  • Maggie Thorburn
  • Nick de Voil
  • Daniel Goldsmith
  • Carol Foster
  • Mr J D Parker
  • Marijn van de Geer
  • Jessica Dunlop
  • Ajit Singh
  • Doe Murray
  • Michael Singham
  • Britta Goodman
  • Dave Wetzel
  • David Shah
  • Nancy George
  • Nicola Erdpresser
  • Gary Christian
  • Joanna Walton
  • Aleksandra Nowicka
  • Clive Semmens
  • Mark Keir
  • Colin Boyle
  • Andree Frieze
  • Diana Oppe
  • Ollie Perkins
  • stephen keogh
  • Sian Berry
  • Anna Goldsmith
  • Matthew Green
  • Mark Record
  • Stephen Clark
  • Philip clarke
  • Emily Dyble-Kitchin
  • James Skinner
  • Diane Scott
  • Anna Hall
  • Emily Grassi
  • Steve Astell
  • Tom Beaton
  • shelagh stephenson
  • Ann Thomas
  • Beata Bishop
  • Georgina
  • PAt chappell
  • Eliza Taylor
  • Roger Bridgman
  • Ben Holbrook
  • Susie Heavens
  • Pete Harding
  • Sarah Lawrence
  • Charles Burke
  • Rebecca Benson
  • Julia Smith
  • Bridget
  • Robin Whitmore
  • Greg Walsh
  • Jacqueline McBeth
  • Sinead Cuthbert
  • Anahí Peralta
  • John Friend
  • Kevin Cuthbert
  • John Baker
  • Dan de Lord
  • Suzana Lima
  • Monica Saunders
  • Andrew Simmonds
  • Fergal McEntee
  • Tim Martel
  • Emanuele Sozzi
  • Veronica Thorne
  • Anne England
  • Stuart Fox
  • Tom West
  • Geraldine Cox
  • Jim Storrar
  • Kathleen Richardson
  • Derek Collett
  • John Kenton
  • Philip Baker
  • Sheila Churchill
  • Roy Baker
  • Marie-Louise Rabouhans
  • Juliet Hogg
  • Yrja Thorsdottir
  • Michael Landon
  • Patricia Maclean
  • Darren Moore
  • Rebecca Snow
  • Jeremy Town
  • Teodora Masi
  • Charlotte Aldridge
  • Julie Matthews
  • Martin Duffy
  • Glyn Goodwin
  • B Aspinall
  • katherine murphy