EU Climate Pact

Europe Acts Together

The European Climate Pact and the global campaign Count Us In are joining forces to inspire citizens and communities across Europe to take practical actions in their world to reduce carbon pollution on our planet.

  • EU Flag
  • Man charging his electric car
  • Family cutting their food waste
  • Group of young people holding placards
  • Man riding a bike in the Netherlands
  • Man in Germany growing plants
  • Friends in snow in Finland
  • Woman pushing push chair in France
  • EU Flag
  • Woman foraging for seasonal food in Italy
  • Child playing and repairing toys in Belgium
  • Two men walking Camino De Santiago
  • Man on bike with cargo carrier in Belgium
  • Child eating and apple

Taking practical steps

The European Climate Pact has been set up to inform, inspire and foster cooperation on climate issues between people and organisations across the EU.

Count Us In have partnered with the Climate Pact to help Europeans take a step to reduce their own carbon footprint – from talking to friends, walking and cycling more, reducing food waste, to insulating a home to save energy.

Individuals and communities will be able to track how much carbon they’ve saved, come together with their friends or colleagues to reach carbon saving targets, and challenge others to get involved.

Making changes that matter

Selected in collaboration with the UNEP, these 16 steps are the most effective way to reduce your carbon pollution and persuade others to do the same.

the 16 steps to protect what you love
  • “To keep our family farm alive”
  • “Parce que chaque action compte”
  • “I’m doing it for my kids”
  • “Pentru că vreau să simt că sunt parte din soluție”
  • “Because I believe in the power of us”
  • “I want Florida to stay above water”
  • “Before the wildfires take everything”
  • “Pour un futur plus vert et durable”
  • “Jotta kaikilla olisi parempi tulevaisuus”
  • “A world my grandchildren can enjoy”
  • “Pour encore avoir de la neige à Noël”
  • “Because I know change is possible”
  • “Für unsere Zukunft”
  • “Żeby dobrze żyć”
  • “Én azokért cselekszem akiket aránytalanul érint”