Shortly after an introduction by White House energy policy adviser George David Banks, demonstrators began singing a version of “God Bless the USA,” with the lyrics changed to convey an anti-coal message, according to .
“I'll gladly stand up next to you and keep it in the ground,” the protesters sang.
100s sing "you claim to be American, but we see right through your greed" to Trump reps walk out of #COP23 fossil fuel event #We The People pic.twitter.com/b KDSXPVN5l— Anthony Torres (@avtorres4) November 13, 2017 .
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However, air pollution is developing into a threat.
As the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) puts it, "Tides are one of the most reliable phenomena in the world." They are caused by gravity that the sun and moon exert on the oceans, and inertia that keeps the water moving.
These sources are also being contaminated by pollution which can impact environmental and human health.
It is necessary to conserve water and use it efficiently to prevent its shortage.
The original lyrics go, “And I gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today.” “Excellent singing,” said Banks, according to Protestors just shut down U.