Schwarzenegger, Kasich, Kerry Hold Town Hall on Climate Change at Otterbein
The three men are co-founders of a new nonprofit confronting climate issues
Arnold Schwarzenegger took some time away from his eponymous sports festival on Sunday to talk climate change.
The former California governor joined former Ohio governor John Kasich and former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on stage at Otterbein University. The three men are founding members of World War Zero, a non-profit, non-partisan coalition to fight climate change.
"World War Zero is going to have hopefully 10 million conversations with our fellow Americans, many of them digital, through Facebook, through Snapchat, through Instagram," Kerry told the crowd. "In every way we can, we’re going to go out personally, we’re going to talk to people and we’re going to make every effort for people to see that you have better health when the air’s cleaner, you have less cancer, children aren’t hospitalized in the summer because of environmentally induced asthma, which you spend $55 billion a year to deal with."
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