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Ian Somerhalder narrates Climate Heroes documentaryIan Somerhalder narrates Climate Heroes documentary

WATCH: Ian Somerhalder Narrates ‘Climate Heroes’ Doc

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“Up until now, climate change has mostly been a story about challenges, but with challenge comes opportunity,” Ian Somerhalder states in the newly released trailer for the United Nations’ documentary revolving around climate change and its heroes.

As the narrator of this inspiring doc, “The Vampire Diaries” actor and UNEP Goodwill Ambassador is hoping to showcase a “momentum for change” and a “change for good.”

Titled “Climate Heroes: Stories of Change,” this film illustrates the stories of nine different people from all over the world, including China, Kenya, India, Australia, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Mexico and Ghana.

The documentary is part of the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat’s Momentum for Change initiative. Its purpose is to bring to light global projects working toward a low-carbon, climate resilient future. It’s all about recognizing those for their climate change actions and how they are creating jobs, improving lives and turning dreams into reality.

“Climate Heroes” is set to be released during Climate Week NYC this September.

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  • guest

    gorgeous wonderful Man, keep up the good work Ian, we love you.<3

  • Nicole Jaja

    is the documentary going to touch about carbon footprint of animal agriculture as well? because if not, they´re missing a big piece of the puzzle and “climate heroes” isn´t very accurate title

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