Celebrity-studded Global Green PSA raises awareness of rising sea levels

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Global Green USA has teamed up with a handful of celebrities to help raise awareness about the impacts global climate change will have on our cities as glaciers continue to melt and sea levels rise.


“I AM” PSA on Sea Level Rise

Check out the video of the eco-PSA below, featuring celebrities Mark Ruffalo, Adrian Grenier, Orlando Bloom, Serena Williams, Ed O’Neill, James Cameron, Suzy Amis, Nia Vardalos, Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Bacon, Mark McGrath, Ed Begley Jr., Esai Morales, and Billy Morrison.

Why worry about rising sea levels?

If you aren’t sure why a little bit of extra water could be such a big problem, consider how many coastal cities are built with people living right on the verge of the existing water levels. See the simulation of San Francisco Bay below to see how a relatively small increase in sea levels could have a devastating impact on a metropolitan area:

How you can help fight rising sea levels

Visit GlobalGreen.org/IAM to donate to this cause, and enter to win the chance for 2 tickets to a pre-Oscar party.


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