Nike Releases Climate Change talk with Billie Eilish & Ayana Johnson

Nike Releases Climate Change talk with Billie Eilish & Ayana Johnson

Nike has partnered up with Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Billie Eilish to discuss the effects of climate change and how anybody can help with this global crisis.

Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson is a marine biologist and climate activist, who has written many publications speaking about the issue of climate change and the damage being done to the ocean, such as “What I Know About the Ocean – We Need Ocean Justice” and “We Can’t Solve the Climate Crisis Unless Black Lives Matter“. She has also launched a podcast named “How to Save a Planet”, with co-host Alex Blumberg, which later led to the release of her first book “All We Can Save” which contains writing from multiple female climate change leaders.

Billie Eilish is a chart-topping singer/songwriter and was the youngest and first female to ever sweep all four major awards at the Grammy’s 2020 for her music. She is also a vegan and animal rights activist, winning the “Best Voice for Animals” award with PETA in 2019. Billie continues to extend that activism to global issues such as climate change.

Nike has now released a conversation between Billie Eilish and Dr. Johnson to discuss the severity of climate change called “Trash Talk“. This addresses what we as a planet can do to protect the environment and prevent further climate change. It also goes into what we people as individuals can do to improve this global crisis.

Nike collaborates with a wide variety of influencers as part of their initiative to cover a multitude of important issues around the world.

Billie Eilish appears to be putting her fame to very good use, by addressed these issues directly and forcing the spotlight onto matters that need to be seen.

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Eloise

Eloise

Eloise is a lifelong gamer, a studier of Ancient History and Archaeology, a pet care journalist, a new mother of one, and film studies graduate with a desire to pass on her own knowledge so that others may benefit from it.

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