Young musical trailblazer Billie Eilish is offering fans an incentive to fight climate change, offering free tickets to those willing to take action.

Whether you believe it or not, climate change is fast becoming an issue that citizens, governments, and officials need to take seriously around the world.

While numerous artists have brought attention to the cause, most would argue that not enough is being done to halt its effects.

Back in September, Billie Eilish and actor Woody Harrelson teamed up to release a clip to try and bring more attention to the cause.

“Our Earth is warming up and our oceans are rising,” Eilish explained in the video. “Extreme weather is wrecking millions of lives.”

“History shows us that when enough people rise up and demand change, those in power have no choice but to act,” Harrelson added.

Now, Billie Eilish has attempted to use her influence for a good cause once again, urging her fans to take action in the fight against climate change by offering up free tickets to her shows.

Taking to Twitter yesterday, Eilish explained how she teamed up with Global Citizen in an effort to help her fans both receive tickets to her shows, but to also help them make a much-needed difference in the world.

“I did not want you guys to have to buy tickets from scalpers, and I know you all still really want to come to the shows,” she can be heard explaining in the video. so I teamed up with a great organization called Global Citizen to help come up with a way to earn tickets to the ‘WHERE DO WE GO?’ tour.”

“If you go to, you can learn more about environmental issues like plastic pollution, and global warming, and climate change, and we can tackle these challenges and create a more sustainable world.”

While the majority of Billie Eilish’s upcoming tour dates are in the US, it still serves as a much-needed reminder for fans the world over to make a stand for the world’s climate and to make a positive impact.

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