Posted: October 7, 2021 at 4:17 a.m. EDT|Update: 1 hour ago
STOCKHOLM, October 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – To underline the extreme urgency and increase the pressure on global politicians at COP26 Climate Change Conference, Bindi Irwin is now sending a message reminding leaders of the Australian bushfires in 2020. The message was posted with hundreds of videos of testimonials from young people around the world, each telling a story about how climate change is affecting their lives. Behind the initiative is the Perfect World Foundation’s Climate AID World Forum, which channels the voices of young people and mobilizes them to pressure politicians to stop talking and start taking action.
- I support the Climate AID World Forum, says Bindi Irwin.
Bindi Irwin, daughter of an environmentalist Steve irwin, is now sending a message to put pressure on the leaders of the COP26 Conference on climate change reminding them of the Australian bushfires in 2020 and the importance of involving more people in understanding the effects of climate change.
- It is important to involve more people to understand the drastic effects and consequences of climate change around the world. As a passionate wildlife advocate, I witness the damage climate change is having on our wildlife and wild places every day, Bindi says in the post.
Bindi also highlighted his concerns about the world’s wildlife and how rising temperatures are taking a toll on ecosystems and habitats, altering their living conditions and making it difficult for them to thrive in the wild as they are supposed to. .
- The heartbreaking reality of climate change is that it threatens life and our natural environment every day, says Bindi.
Bindi’s message was sent to the leaders of the COP26 Climate Change Conference, as well as hundreds of videos of testimonials from young people around the world, each telling a story about how climate change is affecting their own lives. Another message is from Jóna Pétursdóttir, 26 years old Iceland, who talks about the disappearance of glaciers and the vast forest fires due to droughts in his country. Samuel schimmel, 21 years from Alaska, also discusses the negative impact of climate change on the way animals interact with the inhabitants of his region.
- Whales come later each year, walrus don’t come at all, our seals are sick and our salmon are getting smaller, says Samuel schimmel, 21 years from Alaska, in his message.
The testimonial videos are an initiative of the Swedish nonprofit, The Perfect World Foundation, to highlight the extreme urgency and increase the pressure on global politicians and COP26 Climate change conference to stop talking and start taking action. The Perfect World Foundation’s climate initiative is known as the Climate AID World Forum.
- Young people around the world are worried about the reality of a bleak future. They have – obviously – lost faith in the promises of their governments, global politicians and the UN. The future of the younger generation is at stake. The Perfect World Foundation and the Climate AID World Forum are partnering with nonprofits around the world to make the voices of young people heard and mobilize them to put pressure on our politicians so that they act, declares Ragnhild jacobsson, CEO and co-founder of The Perfect World Foundation.
New messages from young voices will be sent regularly by The Perfect World Foundation to leaders who will participate in COP26. A selection of posts can be viewed today on the Climate AID World Forum and on the Perfect World Foundation website.
- I am very proud to support the Climate AID World Forum and to support it in its mission to help influence global change for climate sustainability, said Bindi.
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