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WATCH: Jason Mraz Asks You to "Push Button. Save Planet."

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Singer and environmentalist, Jason Mraz, continued his work on climate change in a personal letter sent out today to the supporters of the The Climate Reality Project.

In his trip to Antarctica this past winter, Mraz saw firsthand the effects of climate change. He highlighted this experience in his letter, stating, “this trip to the bottom of the world was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I saw penguins standing on top of ice that’s melting fast. I saw for myself, up close and personal, how our beautiful planet is under threat.”

Working on behalf of The Climate Change Project, Mraz asked readers to take a stand and add their voices for the cause with the simple Push button. Save planet. campaign. Using a pre-written letter to President Obama, participants can add their names to the petition in one easy click.

“We can’t just sit back and do nothing. And today, there’s something you can do. Tell the White House to cut down on the carbon pollution that causes global warming. You can do it right now: It only takes one click of your finger.”

The letter shows each signers support for the EPA’s Carbon Pollution Standard which has been put forward in order to help control carbon emissions. Click here to read the letter and add you voice.

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