In the midst of all the debate about Copenhagen, Greenpeace has come up with one simple proposal that, if adopted, would see at least some good come out of the global climate summit.
As they explain, F-gases, or HFCs, are the super greenhouse gases that cool our drinks, our cars, and our buildings. They are a growing threat to our climate. Eliminating them is low-hanging fruit in the fight against climate change, because the solutions are tried, tested, and ready to go. Phasing out HFCs by 2020 is a key step in avoiding catastrophic climate change.
You can sign the Greenpeace petition, calling for a ban on the production and use of F-gases by 2020, here.
(In the de luxe version, you sign your name on part of your body and upload the photo. I couldn’t possibly comment…)