Sunday, July 08, 2007

Answer The Call...

Last night I spent the entire night on the internet watching the Live Earth Concert at the Wembley Stadium in London. Although I didn't manage to get to sleep, I didn't regret it at all 'cos it was bloody AWESOME!

The artist lineup was just incred- ible, which included many of my favourites such as Damien Rice, Duran Duran, James Blunt, Kea- ne, Paolo Nutini,
Pussycat Dolls, Razorlight, Snow Patrol, and of course, the ultimate MADONNA, who finished off the concert with Hey You, Ray of Light, La Isla Bonita, and Hung Up! Gosh, the entire show just brought back so much memories of England and it was such ashamed that I couldn't be there =(

Anyway, I'm not sure what you guys think about the whole Live Earth campaign but there's one thing for sure - Our Earth is in Danger!

I hope you are as concerned as I am about the grave danger that our entire planet is facing. The climate crisis is THE biggest threat that humankind has ever faced!

Hurricanes, record temperatures worldwide, plagues, floods, wild fires, melting ice caps, etc. All of these 'natural disasters' are in fact related to the climate change, therefore, it's now time for us to ANSWER THE CALL and take the fist step to save our Earth for the future! Make a commitment today and sign the Live Earth Pledge. Seriously, it really doesn't take too much effort to be GREENER!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thumbs up to the green message, but i wish people would stop banging on about turning off lights. THATS NOT GONNA SAVE THE PLANET! In Britain, politicians now have to have environmentally friendly policies to be electable, because people have made it clear what they want. That needs to happen in countries like the US and Australia aswell - that would make a difference - not just asking people to turn off lights!

mykiru said...

yes i agree. we should start saving our planet right now. no turning back, no escape. let's work together.

MYKIRU

Anonymous said...

I find it admirable that you want to take a stand for something you believe in, however, I feel that you should take an objective independent look at the facts, without anyone telling you what conclusions to draw from them. You may find that there are much greater problems in the world than Anthropogenic Global Warming, assuming you find that it does actually exist.