Begin Typing to Search Submit Search

Search Results
    February 06, 2017 | 9:38 AM

    Ryan Reynolds Wants to Protect His Kids From the Climate Crisis

    “Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds developed a passion for the environment in high school after attending an outdoor education program. All these years later, he continues to advocate for sustainability, whether he is supporting American Forest’s The One Tree Initiative or stopping by 24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward to discuss the preservation of our natural resources for future generations.

    Check out his interview with Jamil Smith, where he discusses conservation and national parks, the climate-related wildfire threat, and much more:

    “I have two kids under the age of two. I want them to enjoy [national parks] in the same way that I’ve been able to enjoy them since I first moved to this country,” Reynolds said. “Right now, in this time, it’s a really critical time. We’re at a place where we’re going to look back in history and see whether we did the right thing or the wrong thing.”

    Join Reynolds in the movement for a more sustainable future by downloading our Make It a Reality action kit.

    Before You Go

    At Climate Reality, we work hard to create high-quality educational content like blogs, e-books, videos, and more to empower people all over the world to fight for climate solutions and stand together to drive the change we need. We are a nonprofit organization that believes there is hope in unity, and that together, we can build a safe, sustainable future.

    But we can't do it without your help.

    If you enjoyed what you’ve just read and would like to see more, please consider making a generous gift to support our ongoing work to fight climate denial and support solutions.

    The Climate Reality Project