YG girl group, BLACKPINK, shared their thoughts about the Earth’s changing climate on December 9. The girls use their platform to raise awareness about taking action to save our planet, our future. BLACKPINK also announce the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference.
BLACKPINK and the Climate Change
In a video uploaded to BLACKPINK official YouTube channel, BLACKPINK girls take turns to speak up their minds about the weather changes. Though they are not experts in climate change, the girls do concern and want to learn more about it. Jennie emphasized that we see more extreme weather, such as heatwaves, droughts, and flooding.
Not only that, but BLACKPINK also talks about the loss of natural habitat. Lisa mentioned that only 35% of natural habitats remain now and still disappearing. Sadly, the natural habitats are not only the place for animals and plants to live, but human also needs it.
Message from BLACKPINK
The main message from BLACKPINK is that this climate change issue is everyone’s problem. Each of us must take action now to protect our Earth and our future.
UN Climate Summit November 2021
At the end of the video, BLACKPINK announces the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), which will occur in the United Kingdom in November 2021. In the summit, world leaders will come together to take action to protect our environment.
Watch the video here:
And BLINKs, too, Speak Up
Y’ALL DON’T KNOW HOW HAPPY I AM. I REALLY WANTED TO BE A ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER. @UKinKorea @COP26 THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS HAPPEN😭😭😭😭💖💖💖 SERIOUSLY I’M CRYING RIGHT NOW😭😭😭😭😭 @BLACKPINK I’M SO PROUD I’M SO PROUD TO THE FOUR OF YOU😭😭😭😭💖💖💖💖— thinking abt jisoo💭|09279256462 (@jloblink) December 9, 2020
“Awareness is the greatest agent for change” – Eckhart Tolle— The Album👑The Show📽🎬 (@ChengXuanOT4) December 9, 2020
Demand climate justice each day!
Climate change affects us all!
CLIMATE ACTION IN YOU AREA!
Together, we will make our Earth more livable for us and for the future generations.@COP26#ClimateAction @BLACKPINK pic.twitter.com/3ml0f3cHss
‘This is our planet. This is our future.’— Nik Mehta (@Nikmehta33) December 9, 2020
🌍 If you care abt #climatechange
🌏 If you want to make a difference
🌍 If you want to join @BLACKPINK’s journey to learn more
🌏 If you want to take action
Pls follow @COP26 & @UKinKorea #ClimateActionInYourArea #TogetherForOurPlanet
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