Sydney agency launches climate change iPhone app

Sydney agency launches first climate change iPhone app
Australian digital agency Holler Sydney has developed and launched a world first iPhone application to support Earth Hour’s “Vote Earth” campaign.
The official Vote Earth application gives Apple iPhone users around the world the chance to let global leaders know they want to take strong action against climate change.
Through an interactive model of a dynamo (a device for converting mechanical energy into electrical energy) voters can use their own energy to create enough power to send their vote to Denmark in the lead up to the vital UN Climate Summit held in Copenhagen this December.  Users can join millions of others and watch their votes fly thousands of miles around the world on a rotating globe in real-time.
Sydney-based Holler Director, Mike Hill said, “The iPhone app we have created is our own way of Voting Earth.  By providing every iPhone user around the world with the chance to join us, we hope this takes us another step forward to making a significant move towards action on climate change.”
The app is available now to download free from Apple’s app store

Australian digital agency Holler Sydney has developed and launched a world first iPhone application to support Earth Hour’s “Vote Earth” campaign.

The official Vote Earth application gives Apple iPhone users around the world the chance to let global leaders know they want to take strong action against climate change.

Through an interactive model of a dynamo (a device for converting mechanical energy into electrical energy) voters can use their own energy to create enough power to send their vote to Denmark in the lead up to the vital UN Climate Summit held in Copenhagen this December.  Users can join millions of others and watch their votes fly thousands of miles around the world on a rotating globe in real-time.

Sydney-based Holler director, Mike Hill said, “The iPhone app we have created is our own way of Voting Earth.  By providing every iPhone user around the world with the chance to join us, we hope this takes us another step forward to making a significant move towards action on climate change.”

The app is available now to download free from Apple’s app store.

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