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Containing over one-sixth of the world's population, China is one of the worst offenders when it comes to global warming and pollution. Cities are plagued by air thick with smog, once-thriving ponds are dried up, and power plants seem to be springing up around China like weeds. China's a strong contender in the world's technology race, which is also what makes it an equally-strong contender on the world's infamous list of polluter countries.

Because China uses more energy than almost any other nation, it needs to be a leader in developing alternative energy sources and reducing human effect on global warming. Under the UN Global Compact, of which China is a member, countries must work toward responsible and sustainable energy goals. Hold China to the promise it made by entering the UN Global Compact. Sign the petition now.

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Dear Mr. Chen Jiagui, Member of China National People's Congress Standing Committee:

I am writing to you today to voice my concern over China's contribution to global warming. With over a billion people, China is one of the highest energy-using countries in the world, and consumes more coal than any other country. Coal emissions are rapidly contributing to the glacier meltdown — a process that could eventually destroy the Earth, making it virtually uninhabitable for all living creatures as we know it.

I've seen more and more reports about the thick smog that hangs over some cities, and about some poor towns that have lost all access to clean, potable water. Because China is such a leader in technology advancement, it also needs to lead the way with developing green alternatives to fossil fuels and ways to combat its tremendous impact on the health of our environment.

I'm urging you to take responsibility for China's carbon footprint and commandeer the efforts to cultivate a greener, cleaner nation — for the sake of all of us.


Petition Signatures

Mar 28, 2017 Robert Ortiz
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Mar 25, 2017 Rhoda Slanger
Mar 20, 2017 Adele Knox-Roberts
Mar 20, 2017 Josiane Sasson
Mar 18, 2017 Debbie Davis CMKBD CAPS
Mar 16, 2017 Christine Higgins
Mar 16, 2017 Linda Cummings
Mar 16, 2017 Ad Lenders
Mar 16, 2017 trudie yoshino
Mar 16, 2017 Patricia Wood
Mar 15, 2017 Mariette Van veen Not good
Mar 15, 2017 Kees Dorrestijn Not good
Mar 15, 2017 Gonny Stevens
Mar 15, 2017 astrid bogaerts
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Mar 15, 2017 Mir Otten
Mar 15, 2017 Jen D'herckers
Mar 15, 2017 Petra Egging
Mar 14, 2017 beatrice longour
Mar 11, 2017 janine pol
Mar 10, 2017 Carol Blissing
Mar 10, 2017 Corey Williams
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Mar 8, 2017 Kyriaki P
Mar 7, 2017 Evangelia Avrampou
Mar 7, 2017 angelique de quillettes
Mar 6, 2017 Stacy Wykle
Mar 5, 2017 Sigfrido Losada Torreiro
Mar 5, 2017 Susan Madden
Mar 4, 2017 Susan Fisher
Mar 4, 2017 Sandy Grimes
Mar 4, 2017 isabelle mure
Mar 3, 2017 Sharon Morgan
Mar 2, 2017 Beatriz Zebadua Pleas China, cut out the pollution! protect our home.
Mar 2, 2017 Andreas Sachs
Mar 2, 2017 Ursula Kiefert
Mar 2, 2017 Patricia Salazar Luna
Mar 2, 2017 Suzan Kennedy-Wilson
Mar 1, 2017 Garry Lough
Mar 1, 2017 Rita Scholliers
Feb 27, 2017 Rochelle Lytton
Feb 27, 2017 stephanie cameron
Feb 26, 2017 labarre Paola
Feb 25, 2017 Lynn Boeset
Feb 25, 2017 Christine Rochette
Feb 24, 2017 Marie Hernandes

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