Boulder, CO (Oct. 29, 2013) — The Climate Reality Project’s 24 Hours of Reality: The Cost of Carbonofficially broke its viewership record for the second year in a row with more than 20 million views worldwide and supported by more than 130 events hosted in 14 countries. The live-streamed event, which took place from October 22-23 and circled the globe, marked the largest-ever conversation on carbon pollution and the cost individuals and communities everywhere are paying.
Millions of viewers have tuned in since 2pm EDT October 22 for this year’s installation of 24 Hours: The Cost of Carbon. The live-stream, multimedia event – hosted by The Climate Reality Project, which is chaired by Vice President Al Gore – explores how carbon pollution is costing individuals, communities and governments all over the world. Yet the experience for viewers would not have been the same without musicians on board.