As world leaders descend upon Copenhagen and make decisions that greatly impact the future of our planet, it's important that they hear what you have to say.
That's why YouTube is working with CNN and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to make sure that your voice is included in the climate debate -- and that your questions are posed to decision-makers on an international stage. Next Tuesday, YouTube and CNN will hold a live, televised debate with world climate leaders like Kofi Annan and Thomas Friedman about the path forward.
And the questions asked in the debate will be decided by you.
To submit your question, upload a short video of yourself posing the question and submit it here: www.youtube.com/cop15. We've already seen some top-notch video questions like this one from Mo in Florida who is concerned about the cost of going green:
Angela asks about the consequences of climate change and what happens if Copenhagen leads to nothing:
And Helena in Rio de Janeiro is asking about environmental education in schools:
You can vote on your questions above and others, and submit your own at www.youtube.com/cop15. The debate will be live-streamed on this YouTube channel on December 15 so make sure to watch and see if world leaders answer your question.
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