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Ian Somerhalder and Chris Evans Ask You to Join KNOW TOMORROW
This Friday, Oct. 2, millennials on more than 50 college campuses across the country will participate in KNOW TOMORROW's Day of Action. KNOW TOMORROW is a student-led campaign to demand action on climate change.
The Climate Reality Project and Cool Globes launched KNOW TOMORROW to unite and amplify thousands of students, activists, politicians and celebrities voices that understand now is the time to act on climate change.
Watch here as Ian Somerhalder asks everyone to #KnowTomorrow:
Chris Evans also chimes in asking you to join #KnowTomorrow:
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