weCARE’s mission is aligned with the missions of Member Organisations, which can be found on their websites.
Energy For Humanity
Energy for Humanity strongly advocates for evidence-based, whole-system, and technology-inclusive solutions in pursuit of the best (fastest, most cost-effective, most feasible) outcomes for people and nature. Our goal is to address these themes and to inspire meaningful action. Future leaders will need all the tools at their disposal to solve global challenges including climate change and air pollution, whilst providing low cost, clean power to billions of people and improving life chances for women and children throughout the world.
Sauvons Le Climat
Pour Sauvons le Climat, la consommation sans frein des énergies fossiles provoque, via les gaz à effet de serre, un réchauffement climatique dont les conséquences s’annoncent redoutables. Sauvons le climat (SLC) cherche humblement à apporter une contribution positive, scientifique, cartésienne au débat, tout en estimant urgent que se crée un mouvement d’opinion puissant exprimant, loin des positions idéologiques, la réalité des faits et les conséquences que nous devons en tirer.
weCARE promotes a very low carbon energy system, based in particular on a mix of Renewable AND Nuclear Energy, carefully considering advantages and disadvantages, opportunities and challenges, respecting the three pillars of Energy Sustainability: Environment, Economics, Security of Supply.
This triangle is translated into Clean, Affordable, Reliable Energy for Societal Sustainability in the logo of weCARE. Social Sustainability is, in line with Brundtland’s definition, a development that protects the environment, and at the same time respects the welfare of present and future generations, thereby ensuring access to clean, affordable and reliable energy today and tomorrow.
weCARE’s main goal, based on scientifically based and factual information, is to interact with members and representatives of the European Institutions in Brussels (Members of the European Parliament and their Staff, Members and Officials of the European Commission, Council Working Groups and Permanent Representations, the European Economic and Social Committee and the European Committee of the Regions). The aim is to promote European strategies for an all-inclusive, low carbon, affordable and reliable energy mix, with as the main priority the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in the EU as defined by the 2015 Paris Agreement (COP21) and the EU Strategy for Carbon Neutrality by 2050.