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Harrison Ford Calls for the Protection of Nature

What can we do to protect nature?

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In this video, Harrison Ford emphasizes the urgent need to take action against climate change and protect nature. He stresses that the destruction of natural ecosystems is a major contributor to global emissions and that efforts to address climate change must include preserving forests, wetlands, and mangroves, which act as vital carbon sinks.

He calls for nature to be integrated into corporate, state, and national climate goals, and for investments in both renewable energy and conservation efforts. Ford urges the empowerment of indigenous communities and the recognition of their rights in protecting their lands and heritage.

The video highlights the importance of scientific knowledge and the collective responsibility of all individuals, regardless of wealth or power, to combat climate change. Harrison Ford appeals to people to consider the real-world impact of climate change on vulnerable communities and to unite in protecting nature for the sake of humanity's survival.


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