What stories should we tell James Randerson, The Guardian

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What stories should we tell


James Randerson, The Guardian <info@mail.theguardian.com> Unsubscribe

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Dear Neville,

It has perhaps never been more important to make our voices heard on climate change. The UN’s crunch climate change conference in Paris is less than eight weeks away and on Monday we launched the second phase of our climate change campaign.

The new focus for Keep it in the Ground came directly from our readers, who told us they wanted stories of hope about the transition to a world run on clean energy and the potential of solar power in particular.

Hundreds of thousands of supporters from more than 170 countries and a multitude of different professions have joined the campaign. We want to make the most of that amazing resource and understand better how we can support the fight against climate change.

So will you tell us: what stories would you like to see us covering? What would you like to understand about renewable energy and the conference in Paris?

If you can spare a few minutes, please answer a few questions.

Share your ideas

We’ll then use your responses to plan the next stage of the campaign.

Thank you for your help, as ever.


James Randerson and the Keep it in the Ground team

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