Climate change is the greatest threat we face today.
Unless we take effective action - and promptly! - it will cause disruption to our food and water supplies, damage and destruction to our homes, and threaten the civilisation on which we depend for our livelihoods and well-being.
One of the most urgent things we need to do is to reduce the amount of Carbon Dioxide and other "greenhouse gases" we emit from the energy we use by switching to sources which produce practically no CO2, such as hydro-electricity, nuclear, geothermal, wind, wave, solar, and the use of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) to remove CO2 from burning fossil-fuels and bio-energy fuels (BECCS).
Our graphic symbolises the sources of clean energy we have available to us: our sun which directly gives us solar power, and indirectly gives us wind, wave and hydro power, and atomic energy which we harness directly in our nuclear power stations and which indirectly gives us geothermal energy.