Mexican rock band, Maná and former U.S. Vice President, Al Gore joined forces to promote action against carbon pollution and help raise awareness about climate change.
En un especial llamado “24 Hours of Reality: The Cost of Carbon,” Maná and Gore talked about the dangers of carbon pollution.
This is the third year The Climate Reality hosts the live-streamed multimedia project, which was founded by Gore, a well-known environmental activist.
Maná is also heavily involved with environmental issues. The band supports Selva Negra, its environmental foundation.
For more information on “24 Hours of Reality: The Cost of Carbon,” click here.
Watch Maná’s performance during the special here: