Climate that undergoes different changes makes people and more intensively scientists think over this issueand find the ways to save our world.
Among other organizations the Climate Project (TCP) that is founded by former Vice President Al Gore, now announces its limited partnership with Eco-Active Media, Inc. and Green Planet Search in the world's first interactive Earth Day Webcast.
And how the partnership goes? According to the PRWEB, The event, spanning a four-month period from April 1-July 31, 2009, features a collection of:
· environmentally-oriented videos
· expert forums housed on a 100% solar powered platform created by Green Planet Search
· Special live streaming
The main goal of this initiative is to unite environmentally conscious individuals from around the world and to present solutions on how to better protect our planet.
"We created EarthDayWebcast.com to serve as a digital 'soapbox' to reach and mobilize the global environmental community. Now that The Climate Project is involved, that soapbox has just gotten a lot bigger -- and everyone wants to get onboard," said Eco-Active Media President Peter Insalaco.
Everybody can participate in this initiative celebrities, authors, teachers, students, scientists, and local community leaders.
"As the event coincides with Earth Day, we anticipate many people will be inspired to take action and to make important changes in the way they use our planet's resources," said Jenny Clad, Executive Director of The Climate Project.