Watch: Climate Justice Badasses.

September 23, 2014

Thank you to Kumi Naidoo, Bill McKibben, and Andrew Freedman, who are badass.



  1. Joseph Ratliff on March 11, 2015 at 10:35 am

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  3. jdshewman on October 13, 2014 at 3:40 pm

    Here we go with the climate change/global warming from another entertainer. It is unfortunate how miss informed Americans in this. Scientist will say anything to get their funding. Under a Democratic controlled government of course they are going to be for climate change. The earths temperature goes in cycles just like seasons. 100 years ago temperatures around the earth were at their hottest. 1/10 of population back then. Today, with so much Co2 the earth is greener than it ever has been before. Humans factor in less than 2% in total temperature change. Ever heard of solar variation? Possibly not, in part due to the media. Worry about the garbage in the oceans first or be extinct.

  4. linkinnati on October 6, 2014 at 8:17 am

    As I wrote my B.A. thesis about the dialectics of what I refer to as “musical environmentalism”, I found this discussion pretty interesting!
    Although I’m certainly aware of the importance of any kind of environmental activism, I see Naidoo’s anthropocentric view that nature has to be protected for the good of future generations critically. Instead of pondering about how to save our own asses, we should really start thinking about what we can do for our planet. I’m neither a deep ecologist nor a gaianist, but this is exactly what keeps bothering me about this whole environmental discourse.If I get the chance to meet you on the next M&G, I’ll make sure to give you a copy of my thesis

  5. NephthysPhoenix on September 25, 2014 at 6:59 am

    I hope everyone heard our voices around the world. Everyone that is worried about the climate and environment that we live in. We need to make a change for us, the animals, and for our future.

  6. YoMarques on September 23, 2014 at 2:52 pm

    This is a really important subject and the conversation was really interesting and inspirational. I’m glad there are still people out there who really want to make a difference, and I hope all of us will be able to do so. Thank you for all the great work you guys are doing!

  7. alyzaml on September 23, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    I’m really proud of you and all the fans who were able to get a message through Chester and you! The challenges for saving the planet are huge and we should all be welded to make it work, I hope it will not be another summit eventually led to any concrete solution.

  8. aehmja on September 23, 2014 at 8:07 am

    Hey, fittingly @veritasium uploaded a video about the 13 biggest misconceptions about climate change a few days ago. I can only recommend watching it!

    here you go:

    Thanks for being the way you are! I really appreciate you very much as a person. You’re someone to look up to.

  9. deadzeezorn on September 23, 2014 at 7:57 am

    You were killing yesterday Keep the good work up, we support you, we stand by our planet Earth, we stand by ourselves

  10. ANDi Gomafu on September 23, 2014 at 7:55 am

    Hi there Mike. I watched the summit since day 1. And your action for promoting clean energy and climate change via music for relief are incredible. LP is the only band I know with a wide range of fanbase-from a 5-year old kid to adult- you all encourage them to your environment advocacy. You also teach/train them on how to help not just giving a relief good but to give hope to others especially those environmental disaster victims. And I’m so proud to say that I am also a Linkin Park Fan. 🙂

  11. evooba on September 23, 2014 at 7:53 am

    I watched it live yesterday and you guys are damn right. If only each one of us took climate crisis more seriously we could achieve great things. I’m glad you’ve managed to raise awareness to your fans through the band and MFR. Good work, keep it up 🙂

    • ANDi Gomafu on September 23, 2014 at 7:57 am

      I agree. The time for climate action is now. Keep it up Linkin Park!!

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