Monday, July 13, 2009

Climate Change video

LITTLE Boots is asking revellers at T in the Park to kiss goodbye to climate change.

And Scots band The View are urging festival-goers to fight climate change until they go blue in the face.

And our exclusive behind the scenes video shows just how the campaign pictures - by top Scots photographer Rankine - were done.

Little Boots is performing on the Futures stage at T in the Park on Sunday and said apathy was no way to deal with climate change.

She said: "Doing nothing is not the answer. Go blue, demand that the Prime Minister takes the lead in protecting the people of this beautiful planet and kiss goodbye to climate change.
"If everyone does their bit, we can save the planet."

Oxfam will have a tent at T in the Park's charity village where festival-goers can have their faces show buzz painted blue. The painted faces will be pictured and presented to the Government as a photographic petition.

They will be given to Gordon Brown ahead of the critical climate change summit in Copenhagen this December.

The View are headlining the King Tut's Wah Wah Tent tomorrow and the band's Kyle Falconer urged people to go to the Oxfam tent and get painted.

He said: "If we don't do something now, climate change will effect generations to come."

Watch video here.


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