A plea to reduce carbon emissions on Earth has come from more than 250 miles above. Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano, who is aboard the International Space Station, released a video to the United Nations calling for swift action to to combat global warming, stating ‘there is absolutely no place like home’. The astronaut emphasized the need to act now and work together to stop climate change, noting the changes are causing apples in Maldives to disappear, glaciers to shrink in the arctic and temperatures to rise in Europe. Scroll down for videos Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano, who is aboard the International Space Station, released a video to the United Nations calling for swift action to to combat global warming — stating ‘there is absolutely no place like home’ Parmitano arrived at the International Space Station on his ‘Beyond’ mission in July, as part of Expedition 60. Parmitano and his crew mates, NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan and Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, traveled six hours in their Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft to reach the ISS. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next New cognitive behavioral therapy apps seek to counter the… Israeli firm that may have cracked San Bernadino shooter’s… Instagram rolls out a battery-efficient… Read full this story
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