Mr Beast, PewDiePie, Ninja : 600 youtubers are campaigning against the global warming
Raise $ 20 million, and the planting 20 million trees before January 1, 2020. This is the mission that has been launched at the youtubeur Mr Beast, which was accepted ! With more than 600 filmmakers of the most influential, including PewDiePie and Ninja, it has launched a prize : for every dollar raised, the NGO “National Arbor Day Foundation” plant a tree.
When each other come together for a good cause, they don’t do things by half. We saw it last September, while more than 3.5 million euros of donations were collected by the streamers at the Zevent 2019, which will enable the institut Pasteur to continue the research for the treatment of diseases. Today, these are the each other the most influential of the other side of the Atlantic who mobilized for the fight against global warming.
Mr Beast, Ninja, PewDiePie… are mobilizing against the global warming
It all started when the internet users have put Mr Beast, whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson, the challenge to celebrate its 20 million subscribers by planting 20 million trees to help reduce global warming. Mission accepted : this is the transaction #teamtrees launched ! For the help, it has been able to count on the support of more than 600 video makers, including PewDiePie , Ninja, the Try Guys, Jacksepticeye or Mark Robber. Each encourages its subscribers to make a donation on teamtrees.org a prize pool.
$ 1 = 1 tree planted by the NGO “National Arbor Day Foundation”
Every dollar raised, the NGO “National Arbor Day Foundation” plant a tree. The goal : to plant 20 million trees before January 1, 2020. “Every dollar you give helps plant a tree that will grow and provide resources that are essential to life : clean air to breathe, clean water to drink, a climate that is tolerable and a habitat for wildlife”, explains the association. At the present time, more than $ 5.6 million has been collected.
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