Thursday, 15 October 2009

Blog Action Day 2009 - Climate Change

Today is Blog Action Day 2009. Blog Action Day started in 2007 and aims to unite bloggers around the world in order to create a powerful voice around a single issue. In 2007 Blog Action Day centred on environmental issues, in 2008 Blog Action Day highlighted Poverty and for 2009 the Blog Action Day theme is climate change.

Blog Action Day 2009Blog Action Day 2009 - one day, one issue, thousands of voices

The Blog Action Day 2009 video explains the concept and this years' theme:

and one of the key pieces of activity in advance of the Copenhagen climate change summit this December is a multi-celebrity YouTube video that has been put together. The Tck Tck Tck timeforclimatejustice campaign have re-made the 'classic' Midnight Oil track 'Beds are Burning' and given it a climate change spin:

So join Blog Action Day 2009, spread the word and save the world!

Related posts

Blog Action Day 2008 - my post about Poverty (featuring Professor Hans Rosling)

Blog Action Day 2007 - my post about the Blog Action Day idea and Green issues

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Five said...

Global Warming is a huge SCAM, they are all lie to us! read this:

Chris R said...

Whether it is actually true or not, there is a lot of evidence that supports it. I think that it is our best interest to error on the side of caution and treat it as though it is a real threat.

If you were given a gun, one person said it has a bullet, the other said it was not loaded.... would you still hold it up to your head and pull the trigger?

Amy said...

I am not sure if we have any effect on global warming but I think we still need to be energy efficient and help the environment.

edwin sanchez said...

Once the deep mystery of “climate change” has been solved
And “What’s green and causes CC?” is no longer a popular riddle,
The legacy of the era most likely will be:
“Never in recorded history have so many made so much over so little”.
(With apologies to the late, great Winston Churchill).

chris brown said...

I hope that they change everything around...

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I think to solve the global warming problem, it must be stormed at the national and international levels.But the total success is built upon the action of every individual, regardless of nationality, to conserve energy and focused on living in a greener, cleaner community. Thank you for the nice videos. Happy Blog Action Day! :-) Its still October 15 here, 7:46pm