On Sunday, former California governor and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke at a global climate meeting in Bonn, German.
According to ABC News, diplomats from around the world gathered to discuss the Paris Climate Accord.
“It’s time we wake up and talk about what really matters: 25,000 people dying every day because of pollution. People do not focus as much on 2 degrees energy increases in temperatures or increases in sea levels rising,” he said.
Schwarzenegger then added that the best approach would be to address issues such as “so many people having problems with cancer and kids with asthma.”
The former California governor has called out the Trump administration in the past, most notably following Trump’s decision to remove the United States from the Paris Climate Accord.
In August, Schwarzenegger launched a website to help combat climate change.
“There’s no reason why we shouldn’t have a digital legislative handbook — and make it available to people who wanted to create environmental action now — because of the situation with Trump. With his decision on the Paris agreement, it is even more so important to make this information available because it shows the kinds of wonderful things states can do without waiting for the federal government,” he said at the time.