Leaders of 40 countries around the world, including President Joe Biden of the United States and President Moon Jae-in of Republic of Korea, also take time to meet with video to discuss the joint response of mankind to fight the enemy of the climate crisis on Earth Day.
It implies that in order for our society to become a carbon-neutral society, climate action must be taken right now.
A total of 31 K-pop idol singers, including Oh My Girl Hyo-jeong and BTOB Seo Eun-kwang, also launched a campaign called “Kstars4climate,” which encourages citizens to take action to resolve the climate change problem on Earth Day. K-pop idols such as DAY6 Wonpil, The Boyz, ATEEZ, and Weeekly participated in this campaign by donating their talent. For idol singers in their teens and twenties, the climate crisis is also their problem.
AB6IX Kim Dong-hyun explained that “Climate change is the tears of mankind”, ATEEZ Yunho explained that “Climate change is a red light”, The Boyz Young-hoon said “Climate change is live”, and Weeekly Park So-eun said that “Climate change is a boomerang.”
The campaign video featuring idol singers will be released on YouTube, such as the British Embassy’s SNS.