From: “Allyse Heartwell – 350 Action” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last week we sent out a pretty hilarious climate change video — and since then almost 2 million people have watched it!
If you haven’t watched it yet, take two minutes to check it out: www.ClimateNameChange.org
I know there’s a lot going on right now, but since it’s Monday, I wanted to share this actually-funny video that was passed along to 350 Action recently.
We’ve been trying to connect the dots between extreme weather and the fossil fuel industry that is corrupting our democracy and pouring carbon into the atmosphere, and this video does a better job of doing just that than just about anything else I’ve seen — and it puts denier politicians on the spot at the same time.
Plus it’s actually funny. Check it out, and if you like it, share it around: www.ClimateNameChange.org
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