Guardian and Univision Partner for Live Climate Change Project

Probably wouldn't be necessary if our next president had a fully-functioning brain.

Depending on what day it is and how his socks fit, Donald Trump does or does not believe in climate change. People with functioning brains know that climate change is real and a true problem, but our next president just isn’t one of those people. The Guardian and Univsion, therefore, have joined forces to launch a live, 24-hour project focusing on global warming.

From 2 a.m. ET on Thursday, Jan. 19, the Guardian and Univision News will publish content from experts in the global warming field, people impacted by climate change, and readers’ appeals to our moron in chief Trump.

“The Guardian’s London, New York and Sydney newsrooms will be curating live events and interviews, along with video, commentary, data and graphics,” explained an announcement. “Coverage will include interviews with people around the world who can see climate change happening before their very eyes in Egypt, Bangladesh, Canada,  exclusive video of climate change impacts on the Antarctic, the latest developments in solutions technology, and advice on how to make a difference.”

“Univision News, the award-winning news division of Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America, will launch a live blog in conjunction with the Guardian’s coverage to provide a unique perspective on major environmental challenges that affect the U.S. Hispanic community and the Latin American region.”

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