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Christiane Paul - let your voice be heard!

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What should governments do to fight climate change? The world is emitting huge amounts of greenhouse gases that are changing our climate. If our governments don't take serious action to cut emissions soon, climate change could have a disastrous and irreversible impact on our planet within the lifetime of today's young generation. The European Commission launched a campaign in order to encourage EU citizens to post a message and show their commitment to fighting climate change. Among its many supporters is also German actress Christiane Paul. Small changes in our daily lives can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help stop climate change. By posting a message EU citizens encouraged governments to take action in the fight against climate change. If you want to fight climate change show your commitment and leave a message and change your daily habits. Now is the time to act!

Type: Clip   Reference: I-064238   Date: 10/12/2009   Duration: 01:00 Location: Berlin  
Languages: DEUTSCH, DEUTSCH (ENGLISH SUBTITLE)

Tags: Climate change | Energy | Environmental protection | Environment | European Commission
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© European Union, 2009   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
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