Mission Impossible

Science no longer believes limiting global warming to 1.5C is achievable and describes this goal as a low-probability event that is now virtually impossible.

The systemic change required to limit global warming to 1.5C is unprecedented — but not impossible.

Zero-emission technologies have arrived and can secure a liveable and sustainable future for all, though to secure this future, zero-emission technologies must be massively fast-tracked. “In short, our world needs climate action on all fronts — everything, everywhere, all at once.”

António Guterres
United Nation Secretary-General

There is sufficient global capital and liquidity to close the global investment gaps and accelerate the deployment of zero-emission technologies in every country, every sector and every timeframe, but there are barriers to redirect capital to climate action.

We Cēcilie, shatter these barriers
to ensure a deep, rapid and sustained
global decarbonisation.