Jason Momoa says we will’t wait any longer … the time to handle the local weather disaster is now, and he’s calling on all world leaders to stop “half-assing it” and go all in.
The “Aquaman” star and ocean activist addressed the United Nations Friday on behalf of small island nations, and made a direct and sobering plea for delegates to take a stand to save lots of the planet.
The actor started by describing how his background has proven him how completely different locations could be “oblivious to another” … however by abusing the surroundings, we’re all hurting one another.
Momoa runs by a miserable record of the Earth’s present points — rising sea ranges, vanishing ecosystems, devastating plastic air pollution — largely putting blame on the emissions and company greed of first world nations.
He says small island nations are struggling essentially the most from this catastrophe, however they’re only the start … and warns we’re on the “critical tipping point” that would result in the dying of our planet.
Momoa continues by calling on leaders to honor the Paris Agreement — which President Trump withdrew the U.S. from in 2017 — and demanding “global unity for a global crisis” to start righting the wrongs we’ve dedicated for our kids.
He closed by shouting “Kū Kiaʻi Mauna” and placing up a triangle hand gesture, which Hawaiians know to be a present of assist for the hassle to cease the 30-meter telescope on Mauna Kea, the island’s tallest mountain.
As we reported, Jason’s been there just lately to protest building on the website … however clearly his activism goes past his dwelling state.