New York City, NY– 10 July 2019|After the effective 2016 #AngryBirdsHappyPlanet project, the Angry Birds are joined this time around by their long time opponents (turned “frenemies”) the pigs and are seeking to spread out awareness about private actions we can all require to fight environment modification.
As part of the project, a civil service statement is releasing today starring the Angry Birds, the green piggies and the English-speaking voice cast behind the movie The Angry Birds Motion Picture 2. Together, they are motivating people to find and track basic daily actions that can make a distinction by utilizing the UN’s ingenious brand-new online environment action tool, the ActNow Bot.
” Environment modification is currently affecting our world today despite where we live,” stated Maher Nasser, Director, Outreach Department, UN Department of Global Communications. “It is through environment action– developed on cooperation and cooperation within and throughout neighborhoods– that we can challenge the environment crisis. We see lots of people all over the world sounding the alarm and requiring action by world leaders. We are grateful to the Angry Birds for including their voice once again to the call for each people to lead by example and show that every action counts.”.
Utilizing advances in Expert system (AI), the ActNow Bot is a totally interactive chatbot situated on the UN’s site (un.org/ActNow) that gets in touch with users and recommends daily actions that can be required to maintain the environment. Every action finished is counted to motivate others to sign up with the project in addition to to send out a message to leaders in federal government and service that people desire environment action and want to take it. The cumulative actions will exist throughout the United Nations Secretary-General’s Environment Top in New York City in September2019
The Angry Birds and pigs themselves will be on hand for the very first takeover of the ActNow Bot site from July 23-30, motivating users with personalized tips– like taking a trip more sustainably, conserving energy or consuming less meat– in a project to highlight the effect that cumulative action can have at this defining moment in our world’s history.
The brand-new frenemies, the birds and the pigs, will come together at the United Nations in New york city to commemorate the launch of the project on Wednesday, 10 July at 2: 30 pm at the SDG Media Zone in the Visitor’s Lobby. The project launch will be live streamed on un.org/SDGMediaZone where the video PSA will be premiered, including stars Rachel Flower, Sterling K. Brown, Eugenio Derbez, Peter Dinklage, Josh Gad, Leslie Jones and Jason Sudeikis.
” We are truly happy that the United Nations and the Angry Birds continue to deal with environment concerns together through the #AngryBirdsHappyPlanet project,” stated The Angry Birds Motion picture 2 manufacturer John Cohen. “Even our precious birds and pigs are putting their distinctions aside and coming together for this excellent cause. All of us require to come together to assist develop a more sustainable world and I’m so delighted that the Angry Birds will have an opportunity to assist spread out this universal message.”.
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ABOUT THE ACTNOW PROJECT.
ActNow is the United Nations’ international call to private action on environment modification. The project is an important part of the UN’s collaborated effort to raise awareness, aspiration, and action for environment modification and speed up execution of the Paris Arrangement. Mostly an online and social networks project, ActNow utilizes advances in Expert system (AI) to stimulate behaviour modification. The ActNow Bot advises day-to-day actions to minimize our carbon footprints– like taking a trip more sustainably, conserving energy or consuming less meat. To find out more, check out www.un.org/ActNow.
About the UNITED NATIONS.
The United Nations is a worldwide company established in 1945 after the 2nd World War and is devoted to preserving worldwide peace and security, establishing friendly relations amongst countries and promoting social development, much better living requirements and human rights. It is presently comprised of 193 Member States who in 2015 all embraced the Sustainable Advancement Objectives (SDGs). To find out more, check out www.un.org.