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COP 17 to kick off with Chris Chameleon

2011-11-25 22:05
Cape Town - On Sunday 27 November, Chris Chameleon will be performing at the Climate Change Concert and Rally at King's Park Stadium in Durban, South Africa in support of iStart2. The concert is a part of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2011's 17th Conference of the Parties (COP 17).

As an ambassador to Leadership for in Conservation Africa (LCA), Chris Chameleon recently released the single Minutes to Midnight in an effort to draw attention to environmental issues as well as generate funds for LCA's 20/20 Vision campaign to save 20 million ha² of rainforests and selected ecosystems by the year 2020.  

For the COP 17 Climate Change Concert, Chris Chameleon and LCA have teamed up with iStart2 to arrange this special performance.  
Other performers at the concert include Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Arno Carstens, and HHP amongst others.
IStart2 aims to inspire the global community to reimagine and implement sustainable solutions to the pressing concern of the manner water, waste and energy are utilised and managed.

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