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KYOTOplus is a joint campaign of a number of public interest groups in Canada to encourage and support Canadians in a call for stronger policy on Climate Change.[1] The campaign was devised as a means to educate the Canadian public on issues related to climate change and global warming and to encourage Canadians to take a strong stance at the climate talks in Copenhagen in December 2009.

Canadian politicians are invited to indicate a strong stance against global warming by means of the KYOTOplus Pledge. The KYOTOplus Petition, which calls for a minimum 25% decrease in greenhouse gas emission in Canada by 2020 (in comparison to 1990), is available for signing by any Canadian.


Public interest groups united in the KYOTOplus campaign include: