[You need to enter your date of birth to get started, followed by your place of birth and email address. SumOfUs does abide with online security rules but bear that in mind]
"Right now at the Paris climate talks, fossil fuel companies are working hard to thwart any global deal to slow down climate change. It's crucial we spread the word about how our climate is changing, and engage people to stand up and take action.
That's why we built this tool. It's a great way to get people thinking about how the climate has changed during our lifetimes. And sharing this tool is an interesting conversation piece -- after I shared my results, my mum and I ended up having a great talk about the weather the day I was born, which turned into a great talk about climate change.
Find out what the weather was the day you were born, and then share with your friends so they can find out the weather the day they were born too.
Paul, Ledys, Angus, and the rest of us at SumOfUs
PS: It was a cool 13 degrees, windy and sunny the day I was born in Truro, in the UK! What about you?"
[Well it was it was 10°C, windy and cloudy in Hull in the UK the day I was born and that was seasonal weather back then]
This blog will include a range of reports and opinion pieces covering many issues. It will be YOUR Voice.