September 14th: 24 Hours of Reality

Al Gore’s non-profit, The Climate Reality Project, is broadcasting the reality of the climate crisis for 24 hours, in every time zone and in 13 languages. Called 24 Hours of Reality, this global event takes place on September 14, and the world gets to watch Al Gore’s latest presentation on the climate crisis.

As Al Gore puts it,

“24 Hours of Reality will focus the world’s attention on the full truth, scope, scale and impact of the climate crisis. To remove the doubt. Reveal the deniers. And catalyze urgency around an issue that affects every one of us.”

Do catch the live stream at their website next week. In the meantime, there are a few ways you can get involved:

#1 Watch the video below

#2 Spread the word about this event and initiative on Facebook and Twitter. Follow them on Twitter @ClimateReality and/or join them on Facebook.

#3 Take action by planning a preview party with friends, RSVP to “attend” on their Facebook event page, or donating your Facebook and/or Twitter account by giving them access to post content on your Facebook and/or Twitter feed.

Do tune in on September 14! And make sure to watch this video!

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