The Global Warming Solution is a community-platform made up of people determined to do something about climate change.
People just like you.
We build community-funded wind and solar farms which offer a tangible and lasting way for people to tackle climate change. Our first proposed project, North Head in Sydney, will revolutionise renewable energy, making it affordable for people and better for the planet.
Help us leave the planet in a better place than we found it – city by city, country by country.
For as little as the cost of a coffee a week, you can help us build wind and solar farms in Australia and abroad that deliver clean energy and real action on global warming.
A better, more affordable concept
to combat global warming.
Sydney – a sustainable city
Our vision is to leave the planet in a better place than we found it – city by city, country by country. We tackle global warming by building wind and solar farms, enrolling the community to come together to contribute to the cause.read more
How it works
70% of global emissions come from the energy grid, transport and steel industry. By focusing on building wind and solar farms that (unlike traditional renewables) run at break-even after refurbishment costs, we can inspire more people to address global warming and climate change.read more
Projects at North Head (8 turbines), Botany Bay (20 turbines) and Sydney Harbour (4 turbines) will transform the gateways to Sydney and combined with record rooftop solar uptake make Sydney one of the most sustainable cities in the world.read more
The UN’s sustainable development goals need to be renamed – here’s why
15 July 2020
In 2015, the United Nations (UN) announced the Sustainable Development Goals 2030; 17 goals aimed at fostering ‘peace and prosperity for people and the planet’. While we agree with the overall objectives the term ‘sustainable development’ shouldn’t be used and actually confuses…READ MORE
Is hydrogen the answer to climate change?
Hydrogen is the fuel of the future A clean energy source, it can be easily transported and transformed into electricity to power homes, industries, trucks, planes…the list goes on. Given the opportunity, hydrogen can replace fossil fuels and drastically and positively impact climate change. And our wind and solar farms can produce it. According […]READ MORE