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WATCH: Chevy Chase, Jason Mraz, Join Celebs In Asking For Climate Action In Copenhagen

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With the Copenhagen Climate Conference kicking off next week, celebrities are throwing their support behind states in the US that are acting now to fight back against global warming. The campaign aims to provide support for President Obama, leading into Copenhagen, based on the successes states have had in working to reduce carbon emissions. The short video, shot earlier this fall backstage at the EMA Awards, is sponsored by Environment America in partnership with Tck Tck Tck and the Environmental Media Association.

Artists including Chevy Chase, Jason Mraz, Alanis Morissette, Simon Baker, Amy Smart, Cedric the Entertainer, Olivia Wilde, Dana Delany, and more, make appearances. Check it out below!

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