Supporters can demand action by signing up to the online climate pledge on the party’s campaign engine room website.
"In opposition David Cameron was telling us to ‘vote blue and go green’. Now he’s in government we don’t hear anything from him about climate change or the green economy.
"Instead we have soaring energy bills, falling investment in the green economy and just last week the devastating cuts to solar power, which put 25 000 jobs at risk.
"The Government should be acting to build a low carbon economy, pushing for an agreement on long term sources of climate finance at the Durban conference and pushing for a second period of the Kyoto Protocol as a route towards a global agreement on cutting carbon emissions.
"That’s why today Labour has launched its Climate Change Pledge campaign so that everyone who wants to see action on climate change can demand it.
"It’s time for David Cameron to end his broken promises and live up to his green rhetoric."
Luciana Berger MP, Labour's Shadow Climate Change Minister, said:
"Climate change is the greatest threat to the future of our planet and without action we will not be able to reverse its effects.
"We need to build a low carbon economy in Britain and create the jobs and industry our economy needs.
"At Durban it’s vital we get an agreement on the details of long term sources of climate finance, which will help poorer countries cope with the effects of climate change.
"And going forward we need to push for a second period of the Kyoto Protocol, alongside action from big polluters like China and the US, as a route towards a future global deal on emissions.
Everyone who wants to see this action should sign up to Labour’s Climate Pledge."