Concrete solutions for a clean future

"The Malaysian Photovoltaic Industry Association (MPIA) is proud to announce that we fully support the FutureIsClean campaign. The Solar Impulse plane project had managed to show the world what the clean energy is capable of when it made long distance trips powered by solar alone. In another development, Cochin International Airport in India had become the world's first ever airport to be powered by solar technology. Indeed 2015 had been a very exciting year for all of us. We hope all these effort will be able to convince the world leaders who gathered at COP21 to make the right decision." Lionel Yap, MPIA Secretary

Since its inception in 2007, MPIA had been pushing for the adoption of solar in Malaysia. We had engaged and partnered with various government bodies, NGOs, businesses and the public to promote solar with many success stories to date. We had seen how the public who at first are skeptical about solar are becoming adopter of solar themselves. At the national level, the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA) had also approved 500MW worth of quota for the Net Energy Metering program due to start in 2016. This is an exciting piece of news for Malaysia as through this program, the public will be able to generate their own electricity through solar. This only serve as proof as to how much solar had made progress in this part of the world.

The story of #futureisclean

Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg are attempting the first round-the-world solar flight, an adventure to promote the use of clean technologies.

Clean technologies used on the solar aircraft could be used on the ground and reduce 50% of our world’s energy consumption... as of today. But for this, we need political courage and pioneering spirit.

We launched the #futureisclean initiative to create a federation of organizations pushing the replacement of old polluting devices by existing clean technologies.

MANIFESTO: SOLVING CLIMATE CHANGE
WITH CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES

Join Bertrand Piccard’s approach to show that climate change is not an expensive problem requiring heavy financial and behavioral sacrifices, but rather a unique opportunity for profit and job creation:

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Initiators of the #FUTUREISCLEAN initiative

Bertrand
Piccard
Explorer
André
Borschberg
Explorer
Richard
Branson
Adventurer, Philanthropist, Troublemaker
Miguel-Arias
Canete
EU Commissioner
Doris
Leuthard
Swiss Federal Councillor
Adnan
Z. Amin
Director General, IRENA
H.S.H. Prince Albert II
Of Monaco
H.S.H. Prince Albert II Of Monaco
Dr. Sultan Ahmed
Al Jaber
Chairman, Masdar
Robert
Swan
Polar explorer, environmentalist
Christiana
Figueres
Executive Secretary, UNFCCC
Mikhaïl
Gorbatchev
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Rainer
Baake
German State Secretary
Yann
Arthus-Bertrand
Photographers, UNEP Goodwill Embassador
Erik
Lindbergh
Artist, pilot, social entrepreneur
Kofi
Annan
Former Secretary General of the United Nations, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Don
Walsh
EXPLORER, OCEANOGRAPHER
Sylvia
Earle
Marine biologist and explorer
Achim
STEINER
UNEP Executive Director and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations
Leilani
Munter
CarbonFreeGirl

Concrete solutions for a Clean Future

Just like onboard Solar Impulse, solutions already exist to reduce energy consumption. We have gathered 357 organizations around this initiative. Some of them sent the solutions they wanted to promote at COP21.


The vote is now over, here are the top 5 solutions you voted for!


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Instead of always focusing on producing more energy, let's save energy by implementing the most energy efficient devices existing today

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Promote renewable energy resources

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Don't ask people to sacrifice their life style, give them efficient energy devices

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Instead of always focusing on producing more energy, let's save energy by implementing the most energy efficient devices existing today.
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(101)

Push the transition to renewable energy resources

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The climate is changing faster than at any time in human history, due in large part to the use of fossil fuels. Transitioning rapidly to a future fuelled by renewable energy is the single most effective way to stave off catastrophic climate change. Fortunately this can be done – in fact is already being done in many countries – in a cost-neutral way using technology available today, creating on average more new jobs than those being lost in the waning fossil fuel industries. Renewable energy is good for the climate, good for the economy, and good for business.
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Focus on education

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Although we have already been able to do great things with solar power, innovative efficiency solutions and global investments, the thing that gives me most confidence is the new generation of committed experts emerging from institutions like the Masdar Institute

Organizations that belong to #futureisclean

Corporations promoting a clean future