Ever since taking the world by storm, Billie Eilish has used her powerful platform to call for action on climate change.

COP26 will be held from 31 October through 12 November in the Scottish city of Glasgow.

On Tuesday 26 October, Eilish joined scientists at the Arctic Basecamp in connection with the GreenFutures campaign conducted by the University of Exeter.

In a brief PSA, Eilish said she spoke of the importance of us taking action now on climate change.

It’s not the first time Billie has used her platform to promote green sustainability.

The pop sensation posted a video supporting the initiative ahead of the UN climate change conference, which begins on October 31.

Eilish is an avid fan of The Office and has even performed dialog from the show to her song, My Strange Addiction.

The Council for Foreign Relations says that the 26th COP26 Summit of the Party will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, to prepare the ground for vital talks on climate change.

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