24 Hours of Reality – 5-6 December 2016

One month after the Paris Agreement enters into force, former US Vice President Al Gore will host 24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward, a star-studded, 24-hour broadcast focused on making solutions to the climate crisis a reality across the globe.

WASHINGTON, DC (November 4, 2016) — In recognition of the landmark Paris Agreement entering into force on Friday November 4, Vice President Al Gore and The Climate Reality Project announced the sixth-annual 24 Hours of Reality broadcast – a star-studded, 24-hour live event focused on climate solutions watched by millions of viewers around the world. This year’s event, produced by Emmy-nominated ShoulderHill Entertainment, – 24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward – will focus on the 24 largest CO2-emitting countries, beginning at 6:00 PM EST on December 5, 2016.

In 2015, Climate Reality’s Road to Paris initiative helped build planet-wide support for a strong agreement that included global commitments and cooperation by all countries to curb greenhouse gas emissions and reverse the tide of climate change. The result was the Paris Agreement—the world’s first truly global agreement to address climate change. This year, 24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward will examine what happens next, including the steps these 24 countries must take to ensure the Paris Agreement is a success at home and around the world.

Each hour of the broadcast will explore the climate landscape in one of the 24 largest CO2-emitting countries, delving into its commitments to the climate fight, the region’s unique challenges related to climate change, and most importantly, how each country can do its part to make the goals of the Paris Agreement a reality. As with the previous years’ programs that have raised awareness about climate change on a global scale and rallied millions to demand action, this year’s broadcast will feature interviews with celebrated thought leaders, policymakers, scientists, and experts as well as compelling stories of clean energy solutions on the ground and special guest appearances by today’s marquee artists.

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