Act Now for climate: The future is in our hands (Music Video featuring Ronnie Jones)

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  • United Nations published this video item, entitled “Act Now for climate: The future is in our hands (Music Video featuring Ronnie Jones)” – below is their description.

    Music can change the world and help us create a more sustainable world. With his song “Miracle”, Musician Ronnie Jones joins the United Nations’ ActNow campaign and emphasizes the power of individual action through the lyrics “the future is in our hands”. The song supports the Sustainable Development Goals and the fight against climate change.

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