Celebrities Encouraging a Video Campaign
If musicians have done their part in Live Earth concert to fight against global warming, actors and TV personalities have their own way to encourage government to take action. Jude Law, Gillian Anderson and comedians Stephen Fry and Bill Oddie have recorded a video to be posted online.
Their campaign is part of The Big Ask march that does its work by encouraging others through online adverts. The celebrities posted a video message online asking their MPs to impose on climate change laws. It is hoped that the famous fiigures will influence others to do their own footage and support the campaign.
The launching of the advert was the response to a survey that shows almost two third people in U.K. are hoping their Government would cut carbon dioxide emission through a law. Campaigners have sparked their concerns after only 1 out of 10 youths between 16 to 24 years old have expressed their thought to the government in direct order.
Watch the advert below:
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