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Giant Solar Flash Mob in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Uploaded on Nov 8, 2011

On Sunday the 6th November 2011 in Johannesburg, South Africa, 50 strangers gathered together to build a Giant Solar Panel.

Every minute, enough energy arrives from the sun to meet our planet's demands for a whole year. Climate change is not just a scientific problem -- it's a psychological one. We have to work together to raise consciousness. We need alternative ways of thinking.

Mark Sampson's Africa Clockwise is South Africa's first Climate Change Comedy. It's also the the name of the epic journey Sampson and his family are set to undertake around the circumference of the continent from Easter 2012.
For more info find Mark Sampson SA Comedian on Facebook or go to www.africaclockwise.com

Made possible due to matching grant funding from BASA. Inspiration and Fun in the Sun support by Slice of Green. Additional support by Digicape, Scarfini Fins, Von Zipper, O'Neill, Hemporium & Old Mutual Theatre on the Square.

"It's stand-up comedy at its finest, a man with something to say and a fabulous way of saying it." Lesley Stone, The Daily Maverick.

Africa Clockwise runs at Sandton's Old Mutual Theatre on the Square until November 19 2011.

Video by Nadine Hutton/2point8.co.za

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