The President of the Pacific island nation Vanuatu, Nikenike Vurobaravu, stood up in the UN General Assembly and called for governments to negotiate a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty to stop all new development of oil and gas, phase out existing fossil fuel production, and ensure workers are transitioned to a green economy in a fair way.
This is a critical moment. For the very first time in history, a country has called for an international treaty to phase out fossil fuels. Vanuatu has taken an important step, and it is time for us to back them up so more nations will sign on to phase out fossil fuels.
Will you join us in calling on the United States to support Vanuatu’s efforts to negotiate a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty? It takes less than a minute to add your name.