When you hear the word ‘climate change’, what do you think? What does it mean?
As climate change becomes a real threat to the world, some people are looking to take action.
In the US, the Sierra Club, one of the largest conservation groups in the country, is holding a “Climate March” on Saturday, May 10th.
The event is being organized by its president, Craig Aaron, and is aimed at bringing attention to the climate change crisis and urging people to take the necessary steps to protect the world’s most vulnerable species and habitats.
The event will feature a live performance from one of its members, a singer called Kelli D. Jones.
The Sierra Club says Jones is “one of the country’s top solo artists” who is “well-versed in the science of climate change, and knows the importance of protecting America’s most critical wildlife and habitats.”
The event comes on the heels of the release of a new film by Jones, called “Green Light,” which focuses on the impact climate change will have on the species we love most: wild animals.
The film features Jones and her band, the band Wildflowers, performing a song called “Wildflowers.”
It’s a poignant, emotional song that has been written about how the wildflowers of Northern California, where Jones lives, are changing, and are increasingly endangered.
“We’re losing more and more of the wildflower and tree species, the beautiful flowers, which are vital to our natural systems,” Jones says in the film.
“So, I want to bring back these beautiful wildflower plants that are lost to the planet, to bring them back into the wilds.”
The film, which is scheduled to be shown in California, is being released on a Saturday night at the Natural History Museum in New York City.
The documentary will be released in other cities on Sunday, May 11th.
Jones said that if it sells well, she hopes to do another performance at the museum.
The band’s performance is not the only time Jones has been on the air.
Her previous solo performances, including “Red Velvet” and “The Day We Became Friends,” are available for streaming on YouTube.
Jones says she is also concerned about the environmental impact of climate denialism.
“Climate denialism is a powerful force and it is not a matter of fact that we have to accept the reality of climate and climate change,” she said.
“It’s a matter about people who don’t want to listen to the truth.”
Jones says that climate change has already changed the world for the worse.
“I don’t know if it will be okay if we can go back to the way we were before, but it’s a fact that climate has changed the Earth,” she says.
“And it’s not just climate change that we are going to have to deal with.”