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NatureNow: Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot make short film on the climate crisis

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    This is not a drill. My name is Greta Thunberg.
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    We are living in the beginning of a mass exøncøon.
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    Our climate is breaking down.
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    Children like me are giving up their educaøon to protest.
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    But we can søll fix this. You can søll fix this.
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    To survive, we need to stop burning fossil fuels. But this alone will not be enough.
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    Lots of soluøons are talked about. But what about the soluøon that is right in front of us?
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    I’ll let my friend George explain.
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    There is a magic machine that sucks carbon out of the air, costs very li le, and builds itself. It’s called, a tree.
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    A tree is an example of a natural climate soluøon.


    Mangroves, peatbogs, jungles, marshes, seabeds, kelp forests, swamps, coral reefs, they take carbon out of the air and lock it away.
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    Nature is a tool we can use to repair our broken climate.
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    These natural climate soluøons could make a massive difference.
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    Pre y cool, right?
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    But only if we also leave fossil fuels in the ground.
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    Here’s the crazy part: right now we are ignoring them.
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    We spend 1000 øme more on global fossil fuels subsidies than natural based soluøons.
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    Natural climate soluøons get just 2% of all the money used on tackling climate breakdown.
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    This is your money. It is your taxes and your savings.
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    Even more crazy, when we need nature the most, we’re destroying it faster than ever.
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    Up to 200 species are going exønct every single day.
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    Much of the arcøc ice is gone. Most of our wild animals have gone. Much of our soil has gone.
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    So what should we do?
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    What should you do?
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    It’s simple. We need to protect, restore, and fund.
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    Protect. Tropical forests are being cut down at the rate of 30 football pitches a minute.
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    Where Nature is doing something vital, we must protect it.
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    Restore. Much of our planet has been damaged.
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    But Nature can regenerate, and we can help ecosystems bounce back.
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    Fund.
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    We need to stop funding things that destroy Nature, and pay for things that help it.
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    It is that simple. Protect. Restore. Fund.
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    This can happen everywhere. Many people have already begun using natural climate soluøons. We need to do it on a massive scale.
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    You can be part of this.
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    Vote for people who defend nature.
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    Share this video. Talk about this.
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    All around the world there are amazing movements. Fighøng for Nature. Join them.
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    Everything counts. What you do, counts.
Titolo:
NatureNow: Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot make short film on the climate crisis
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Video Language:
English
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03:41

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