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Watch live: 24 Hours of Climate Reality

The 24 Hours of Reality event is now live! The Climate Reality Project, founded by Al Gore in 2006, will over the course of the day showcase presentations, in 13 languages, from all over the world about the reality of the climate crisis. They started the live broadcast in Mexico City and every hour they will move on to a new location such as the French Polynesia, London, Beijing, New York, Islamabad and many other cities. At the moment they are in Canberra, Australia, talking about how extreme weather is impacting the country. Over 2 million people have currently tuned in to the live broadcast.

You can watch the live stream below:

24 Presenters. 24 Time Zones. 13 Languages. 1 Message. 24 Hours of Reality is a worldwide event to broadcast the reality of the climate crisis. It will consist of a new multimedia presentation created by Al Gore and delivered once per hour for 24 hours, representing every time zone around the globe. Each hour people living with the reality of climate change will connect the dots between recent extreme weather events — including floods, droughts and storms — and the manmade pollution that is changing our climate. We will offer a round-the-clock, round-the-globe snapshot of the climate crisis in real time. The deniers may have millions of dollars to spend, but we have a powerful advantage. We have reality.

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according to article that I read in Renewablelogic website http://www.renewablelogic.com.au/news-article.php?nid=136, Australia now is in the new stepping stone to tackle the climate change and is supporting even more to clean energy future. Hopefully this could do a bit of help to reduce our severe climate change.

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