The climate crisis is here, and it demands urgent action from all of us. To avoid the most dangerous impacts, we must limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century. And we can’t wait for a second longer. Luckily, we already have the tools to meet this goal and improve people’s lives—through new jobs, better health, and long overdue justice for communities of color that are already the hardest hit by climate change.
The climate crisis is here, and it demands urgent action from all of us. To avoid the most dangerous impacts, we must limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century. And we can’t wait for a second longer.
Pipelines and other deadly oil, gas, and coal energy projects not only create more carbon pollution—they endanger the health of local communities. We must immediately halt the unnecessary projects that only drive up fossil fuel production. Instead, we should invest in the clean energy infrastructure that will set the United States on a path toward cutting greenhouse gas emissions by more than half by 2030. This means challenging the fossil fuel industry’s dangerous and outdated plans while also pushing for smart, sustainable policies that encourage new wind and solar projects.
Carbon-capturing forests, soils, oceans, and freshwater systems are some of our most effective tools in fighting climate change. Protecting them not only boosts the resiliency of ecosystems but strengthens local communities against the challenges of extreme weather. We must encourage regenerative farming practices and protect at least 30 percent of our lands and waters by 2030—following the lead of Indigenous people who’ve done this for millennia.
Shifting to 100 percent clean power is just part of the energy equation. We also need people, communities, and businesses pushing their state and city officials to develop equitable, energy-saving transportation options—like electric buses and safe bike lanes—and more energy-efficient buildings. States and cities also need tools for adaptation to be better prepared for hurricanes, wildfires, drought, and other climate-fueled extreme weather. Real innovation—and natural climate justice—starts locally.
Vanpowers has focused on climate change since 2020, but it’s never too late to do so. We launched our solar project - Vanpowers super power pro-solar generator. Our products are divided into 2 parts: portable power station & foldable solar panel. The portable power station could be recharged in 1.5 hours by solar panels or other recharging ways. It’s a 2096wh jumbo capacity, which could support about 10 hours of daily power usage.