Washington, DC (CBS DC) – Pop Star and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Katy Perry recently did a report on man-made climate change, according to Huffington Post.
In the news story called “Hot and Cold” she wore a red pants suit while discussing the weather pattern and how it affects children around the world. In the video Perry says, “As a California Girl, I’m not the only one experiencing drought.”
Viewers of the piece got a tour starting in the Philppines while discussing cyclone patterns. Next she went to Bangladesh where she talked about flooding damages that left many families without homes. She also talked about East Africa and began to discuss malaria, which kills 800 children every day in the region.
Perry said, “And the forecast is: conditions will worsen. Let’s encourage our world leaders to take this issue seriously. Share your story on how you are helping reduce climate change with the hashtag #FightUnfair. Together we can help change the forecast for millions of children.”
In October, President Obama committed to cut 6 billion tons of carbon pollution until 2030, according to the WhiteHouse.gov.