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Bringing back one of the most formidable extinct creatures to warn humanity of our own imminent demise.

According to experts, stopping fossil fuel subsidies is the most urgent action to curb emissions. However, this remains off the table in climate negotiations, largely because only a few truly understand the issue, and there isn't enough pressure on world leaders. How can you get the public not only to understand but also to rally behind policy change? By bringing in your own expert – someone everyone can understand.

Frankie the Dino has become a symbol in the fight against climate change, remaining highly active by traveling the world, meeting world leaders, and teaching children about the importance of taking climate action.

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The film has been dubbed into 32 languages voiced by a number of actors including Jack Black (English), Eiza González (Spanish), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Danish), and Aïssa Maïga (French).

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The campaign helped bring fossil fuels subsidies onto the COP agenda for the first time.

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Frankie the Dino made visits to the Colombian and Japanese Parliaments, where he met with the Colombian government and Shintaro Ito, Japan's Minister of the Environment.

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 ‘Don’t Choose Extinction’ campaign aims to shine a spotlight on fossil fuel subsidies and how they are canceling out significant progress towards ending climate change and are driving inequality by benefitting the rich.

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