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Video: Black balloons: making CO2 real


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Take 45 seconds and check out this video.

http://www.climateprotect.org/ah12

What's invisible now has form. Global warming pollution becomes vivid, graspable, close to home. People watch this ad and say, "Oh now I get it." Do your friends get it? Do your parents and neighbors? Send them this link so they too can understand the link between current energy use and the climate crisis. We think Larry King got it - he premiered the ad on his show last month. Can you tell whose voice it is?!

You can forward the Black Balloons ad while you're on our website.

Click on http://www.climateprotect.org/ah12 and then click on "Email this page to a friend."

Or you can embed the Black Balloons ad into your personal blog or social networking page. Click on http://www.blip.tv/file/291933 and click on "share".

Check out the Alliance for Climate Protection's first ad in our national advertising campaign. We are helping alert Americans about the urgency of the climate crisis and engage them in solving it.

You can see the first ad by clicking the video above.

The ads bring to life the contribution that each household is making towards climate change and demonstrate some very easy ways to help reduce it while saving money. You'll recognize the voice as that of the actor Tommy Lee Jones.

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