Key Documents 

Our key documents and reports on climate science, climate psychology, and movement strategy, as well as plans for reversing climate change and the sixth mass extinction at emergency speed.
For a walk-through, check out our overview sequence starting here.

 
 

Envisioning the Mobilization

 
 

VICTORY PLAN
The U.S. can eliminate net greenhouse gas emissions at wartime speed, contribute to a global effort to restore a safe climate, and reverse ecological overshoot through massive WWII-scale mobilization. Here’s how.

DRAFT IMPLEMENTATION PLANS
Example demonstration plans using proven policies and emerging technologies to outline a clear pathway for moving key sectors of a local economy to zero fossil fuel consumption. 

 
 

Climate Psychology and Movement Strategy

 
 
Updated February, 2019

Updated February, 2019

THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF CLIMATE TRUTH
Explores the transformative power and strategic necessity of speaking the truth about climate change. 

Updated May, 2019

Updated May, 2019

LEADING THE PUBLIC INTO EMERGENCY MODE
Explains the psychological foundation of our strategy and approach.

 
 

We are already in a climate emergency—national economic mobilization is the only sane way to fight climate change, secure our future, and rebuild democracy. 

 
 

LOCAL FIRST IMPLEMENTATION
Advisory board member and climate strategy scholar Philip Sutton lays out why a strong climate declaration is needed – at the local government level – and what it can do

WAR: WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?
Advisory board member Paul Gilding explains WWII economic mobilization as an analogy for climate action. 

 
 

Reports on Climate Science

The following papers were produced by our allies and advisors at the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration.

 
 

CLIMATE REALITY CHECK: AFTER PARIS, COUNTING THE COST
Presents a sobering climate reality-check, as the speed of the breakdown accelerates, demonstrating how we must respond to keep up. 

WHAT LIES BENEATH: THE SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTATEMENT OF CLIMATE RISKS
Presents the case for an urgent reframing of climate risks in climate research and IPCC reports.

Read more from Breakthrough here.