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(KSL News) Mayor Rocky Anderson and a local student band teamed up to sing to high school students about global warming.
Today the mayor traveled to three different Salt Lake high schools to encourage students to use less energy.
He gave a presentation of the dangers of pollution, followed by a performance with musicians from the Paul Green School of Rock. They performed well-known rock songs like "Blackbird," but changed the lyrics to be about global warming. Mayor Anderson was on lead guitar.
The presentation was in conjunction with the National Day of Conversation on Climate Action.