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    A SERIES TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    ACCIONA and National Geographic have joined to boost the fight against climate change with ACCIONA supporting the launch of new episodes of the series “Years of Living Dangerously” in Canada, Chile, Mexico, Australia and Spain.


    Years of Living Dangerously, the first series of which was considered to be “the most important television series ever made” and won the 2014 Emmy Award in the Best Documentary Series category, is a production by James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub and Arnold Schwarzenegger and gathers together famous figures from Hollywood, journalists and producers.

    Among them, David Letterman, Ian Somerhalder, Ty Burrell, Gisele Bündchen and Jack Black lend their faces to raise awareness about the degradation of nature and severe effects of climate change. From India to Kenya, via China, the Amazon rain forest in Brazil, and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, some of the most famous celebrities in the world explore the problems of, and solutions to, global warming and environmental protection.

    The show highlights the importance of fighting climate change worldwide. It wil premiere on October 30th in Canada,  November 25th in Australia, November 29th in Mexico and Chile and December 1st in Spain.

     

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    HOW ACCIONA IS FIGHTING AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

    The fight against climate change is a strategic priority for a sustainable planet. ACCIONA is committed to being carbon-neutral in 2016, and has cut its CO2 emissions by 40% in the past five years. The company believes in clean energies as the engine of progress: it will invest at least 2.5 billion dollars in the development of renewable technologies by 2020.