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Climate change is solvable and is ‘a great opportunity’



Air emissions by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

In a video presented at the UN climate summit in New York and narrated by actor Morgan Freeman, the world’s leaders have been urged to take action to solve the challenges posed by climate change and use the opportunities it offers to create a sustainable future.

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The opening film, called What’s Possible, was created by director Louie Schwartzberg, writer Scott Z. Burns, Moving Art Studio, and Lyn Davis Lear and the Lear Family Foundation.

It is narrated by Morgan Freeman, who explains people should act together to take advantage of the economic opportunities that climate change offers.

The video argues that humanity has all the tools it needs to create a prosperous and clean future for all, without harming the planet.

The Un climate summit took place on Tuesday in New York and saw countries’ leader make various commitments to face climate challenges. It is hoped that the talks would ease the reaching of a global agreement on climate change in 2015.

Photo: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Further reading:

UN climate summit opens in New York

Report urges businesses to act on climate change

People’s Climate March: 600,000 demand climate action

Ban Ki-Moon to take part to climate march during UN climate summit

David Cameron among 125 confirmed speakers at UN climate summit


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