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Tick Tock It’s Kathryn O’Clock – Update

Further to Kathryn’s appearance at the the Environmental Media Awards in October she has added her name and face to the TckTckTck campaign for action on the issue of climate change.  Kathryn appears briefly in their public service announcement video with other stars, amongst them Simon Baker, Olivia Wilde and Alanis Morissette.

The Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA) are using the TckTckTck campaign to target the UN Climate Summit Copenhagen in December 2009.  The GCCA is a coalition of organisations that include UNICEF, Oxfam, The Red Cross and Greenpeace calling for governments to act on climate change.

You can read the full press release and download the video here.  The video has also been added to the Gallery.

Update: 2 more video variants and some HD screencaps have been added to the Gallery.  The press release has been posted after the jump.

Hollywood Rallies Around The Environment For The Climate Summit In Copenhagen

Olivia Wilde, Jason Mraz, Simon Baker And Many Others Unite In PSA To Demand A Real Deal From World Leaders

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, December 11, 2009

The urgency surrounding the upcoming UN Climate Summit in Copenhagen has led celebrities to join forces via a Public Service Announcement (in association with the Environmental Media Association and the TckTckTck coalition) to call for a Fair, Ambitious, and Binding treaty. This treaty will ultimately stabilize the atmosphere at 350 parts per million (ppm) carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which an overwhelming number of scientists now insist is the safe upper limit. Hollywood celebrities hope to influence the outcome of the COP15 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, December 7 – 18, 2009, where this comprehensive climate agreement must be adopted to stop global warming and preserve life.

Celebrities like Simon Baker, Olivia Wilde, Gilles Marini and Alanis Morissette are featured in this PSA which serves as a call-to-action for people to join candlelight vigils around the world on the weekend of December 12, to let leaders know “The World Wants a Real Deal”.

The PSA will be played on large screens in Copenhagen to help influence decision makers and be distributed worldwide through the hundreds of millions of members of the TckTckTck coalition. Other celebrity participants include Jake Mclaughlin, Frances Fisher, Kathryn Morris, Kevin Mchale, Emily Van Camp, Dana Delany, Michael Rady, Ed Begley Jr., Dianna Agron, Cedric the Entertainer, Amy Smart, Chevy Chase and Jason Mraz. This 45 second video features the song ‘The World is Ready’ by Onyay Pheori and Jeff Bova and can be found on

We encourage you to repost the link below and broadcast the PSA.

About Environmental Media Association

The Environmental Media Association (EMA) is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Organization founded in 1989 by Cindy and Alan Horn and Lyn and Norman Lear. EMA is dedicated to harnessing the power of celebrity and the media to promote sustainable lifestyles and believes through positive role modeling the entertainment community can inspire consumers to take action. The organization has grown into a diverse group of industry professionals from film, television and music dedicated to the mission of promoting environmental awareness through the entertainment business and the media. EMA serves as a valuable link between the entertainment industry and the environmental community.

About TckTckTck

TckTckTck ( is the public face of the Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA), an unprecedented coalition including The Elders, Red Cross, CARE, Oxfam, Conservation International, UNICEF, World Council of Churches, NRDC, Greenpeace, International Trade Union Confederation, and hundreds of other faith groups, unions, environmental NGOs, humanitarian organizations, civic leaders, and high-profile allies that represent hundreds of millions of members.

Heather Greenfield (323) 822-4811

Chet Mehta (323) 822-4871

2 comments to Tick Tock It’s Kathryn O’Clock – Update

  • I think it is just wonderful. Sometimes I wish that I could participate in a campaign like this. Regardless of Kathryn’s participation, I mean, the question that these artists are embracing. The need for this planet we live on. The world needs. Is very beautiful these artists to donate to causes like this. Day by day I see funny things and what bothers me most are those who destroy and still complain. Think something like “one more one less makes no difference” so wrong. If everyone could do their part, at least the minimun, our planet would surely much better. Not only congratulate Kath, but all the other artists present in this video or not, trying with his charm, grace and fame part, try to bring each one his fans to help and maybe one day we can still see improvements necessary.

    PS: I’m sorry if I wrote something wrong, my English isn’t wonderful, but you got the idea :)

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