Eco-friendly skydivers recite 100 strategies to stop global pollution during jump2021|02:50
This stunning video shows environmentally-friendly skydivers recite 100 strategies to help reduce human impact on global pollution - in FREEFALL.Alexander Marcoulides, 36, and Maria Paulina Posada, took a giant leap for mankind and reeled off '100 strategies to trigger drawdown', by world-famous climate scientist Paul Hawkens.The pair took the sponsored jump to raise funds for 'Reforestation Nation', an organization that aims to reforest the heart of the planet's most polluted cities. The aim of the nonprofit, 'One Tree Planted' initiative, is to drive global reforestation where for every dollar raised, one tree is planted.Alex, from Vernon, New Jersey, said: "I was trying to convince someone to skydive with me while reading world famous climate scientist Paul Hawken's strategies to trigger Drawdown."I wanted to inspire folks to take action to ensure we have thriving forests and wildlife for generations to come and I finally met Paulina, of Patagonia Events, who agreed - so we did it!"I was exhilarated and determined to film this event to inspire people from all walks of life to take action."Whether planting trees or reducing your personal pollution by using LEDs light bulbs, recycling or composting together we can clean our air, ensure safe drinking water for all, and heal of our souls - but it will take all eight billion and one of us to make this a reality."The sponsored jump was filmed over East Stroudsburg, Monroe County, Pennsylvania.