Game of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau talks about his humanitarian work including Lions Share fund

“We know in which we’re not doing enough. The Paris agreement — in which the U.S., unfortunately, decided to leave — was a great step, however already today we’re seeing a lot of countries not living up to those goals, along with also those goals are clearly not far-reaching enough.”

At the 2015 U.N. climate talks in Paris, close to 0 delegates coming from countries approved a framework in which looked to reduce carbon emissions along with also to limit the rise in global temperatures to less than 2 degrees Celsius.

“Change takes time. We don’t have much time, however we have to keep [plucking] at in which, because there is actually no alternative,” Coster-Waldau said.

Speaking at the Cannes Lions communications along with also advertising festival in south France, Coster-Waldau told CNBC in which even though the U.S.’ decision to withdraw coming from the accord was disappointing, he wasn’t surprised, considering in which an election pledge made by President Donald Trump.

“Thankfully, a lot of some other countries are moving forward along with also also very importantly, most of the major cities from the U.S. are taking measures in which exceeds the Paris agreement. So the grassroots are doing a lot,” the actor said.

“So, I’m still very hopeful along with also I’m sure in which we will reach our goals.”

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