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Australia Undergoes The National Carbon Test

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Channel Ten in Australia has launched a show on climate change. Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test aims to address climate change and to provide tips on how Australians can reduce carbon emissions. The show was hosted by Sandra Sully and also featured other celebs like Toni Collette and Miss Universe Erin McNaught, who were among the celebrities whose environmental footprints were audited. Erin says this about the audit:

“Because of the nature of my lifestyle, I drive a lot, which is bad for emissions, but I don’t have airconditioning or leave lights on,” she said.

“And I’m vigilant about recycling. The whole purpose of the show for me, was that I hope people can relate to my day-to-day activities and figure out how every individual can make a difference.”

Interviews with Al Gore and the Australian Of The Year biologist and paleontologist Tim Flannery are also featured on the show.
We hope to find some clips of Cool Aid. It sounds like a really great show. We’ll be on the lookout for any similar shows like this around the world. Let us know if you hear of any!

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