Solutions for climate change are being debated on line by Tony Blair and Friends of the Earth director Tony Juniper.
The Big Ask climate debate is being hosted at www.foe.co.uk and anyone can take part.
The pair launched the project with short articles outlining what they think needs to be done to tackle global warming.
Members of the public are invited to add their thoughts and comments with Mr Blair and Mr Juniper posting their responses on November 29. The debate comes one week after the Government announced in the Queen’s Speech that it would introduce a Climate Change Bill.
Mr Juniper said: "Over the next few months politicians will be debating what action the UK should take to tackle climate change. What they do will affect us all so it’s vitally important the public get involved in the debate.
"I will be pressing the PM to introduce annual targets for cutting the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions." Mr Blair said that far from Britain failing to meet its Kyoto target, "we are on course to double our promised cuts in greenhouse gases. No other country will get anywhere near this reduction.
"Nor have we given up hope of meeting our own self-imposed target of cutting carbon dioxide emissions by 20 per cent by 2010 – again something no other country is even attempting to do.
"It’s true that carbon dioxide emissions have increased marginally in recent years which is why we have to do more."