Nasa Launches Climate Change Rap Video

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 22, 2009 -- American scientists are so desperate to hammer home the dangers presented by climate change that they have released a hip hop-style music video on the subject. Take AIM at Climate Change is the name of the song that the National Science Foundation (NSF) and Nasa hope will get the message across to people that climate change is a problem of the present, not just the future, according to Spelling out the causes of the environmental phenomenon, the song also offers a few solutions, but it is mainly aimed at raising interest and awareness. Despite sounding cheesy, the video carries a serious message with the AIM part of the title standing for `adapt, innovate and mitigate`. Although the video has attracted thousands of hits on YouTube, it is nowhere near as popular as other tracks or even comic videos of children laughing. Nasa and the NSF will be hoping the video becomes more popular and encourages people to take action by changing their daily habits and offsetting their carbon emissions. Scientists recently successfully experimented with moving a struggling species of British butterfly to an area with a cooler climate to help it survive.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 22, 2009 at 10:59 am
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