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Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to shift the climate conversation away from Trump with new coalition

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Scientists are encouraging people to start treating the climate crisis like an emergency — but what if we treated it like a war?

On Sunday, Dec. 1, Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared alongside Senator John Kerry on Meet the Press to discuss their new bipartisan climate coalition, World War Zero. One of the most interesting points of conversation came when host Chuck Todd asked Schwarzenegger if he was hoping to get Trump on board — and the former California governor explained why President Trump is far from the focus of this new campaign.

Over the weekend, Kerry unveiled World War Zero, whose founding members include himself, Schwarzenegger, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Madeleine Albright, John Kasich, Emma Watson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sting, Al Sharpton, Shay Mitchell, Jaden Smith, Ashton Kutcher, and more.