Billie Eilish's Climate Change PSA has Pushed People to Take Action
Billie Eilish's Climate Change PSA, called "Our House Is On Fire", has pushed her fans to take action against our #ClimateEmergency.

Billie Eilish’s Climate Change PSA is called Our House Is On Fire. Her SNL co-host Woody Harrelson joins her in her attempt to make a change.

Billie Eilish's Climate Change PSA
(Image source: Instagram/ Billie Eilish)

She made the release prior to her Saturday Night Live performance on September 28. The 76 second video declared a #ClimateEmergency. It shows people all around the world gathering for the Global Climate Strike held between September 20 and 27. Ocean Eyes is the backdrop of the video.

A note under the video reads, “Right now there are millions of people all over the world begging our leaders to pay attention. Our earth is warming up at an unprecedented rate, icecaps are melting, our oceans are rising, our wildlife is being poisoned and our forests are burning. [T]he clock is ticking.”

SNL‘s co-host Woody Harrelson was also a part of the video. He said, “History shows us that when enough people rise up and demand change, those in power have no choice but to act.”


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He added, “We must take back power. That means voting for leaders who care about the future of our planet.” 

Eilish also revealed during the video that she is making environmentally conscious choices, and wants her fans to do the same. She is also going to be more conscious during her upcoming Where Do We Go? tour.

She is working with a non-profit named Reverb, which will install water stations inside Eilish’s concerts. Attendees will be allowed to bring refillable water bottles inside. Plastic straws are banned in the venues. An “Eco-Village” in each stop will inform fans about climate change actions.

Billie Eilish's Climate Change PSA
(Image source: Instagram/ Billie Eilish)

Volunteers can sign up on Reverb’s website to participate in the tour. Those wanting to take action for Climate Change can join Greenpeace or Fridays for Future.

Watch Our House Is On Fire right here:


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