Modern art to stop global warming: Can you stare at this woman for 2 minutes?

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It’s day 2 of our visit to the UN climate change conference in Madrid, Spain, and things are weird.

I came here with an open mind, willing to learn. It’s with that attitude that I found myself participating in an interactive art exhibit based on one done by Marina Abramovic in New York City in 2010.

Don’t worry, I wasn’t “spirit cooking” with Hillary Clinton. I was “silent sitting” so there was no body fluids involved.

Instead, I spent the longest 2 minutes of my life staring into the eyes of an elderly woman in the name of fighting the so-called climate emergency and it was one of the strangest things I’ve ever done in this job.

And if the planet is saved, you’re welcome, friends!

To help support this trip where we show what's really happening behind the scenes at the #COP25 UN Climate Conference please visit

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