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Fashion Celebrities Share #ClimateCatwalk Selfies To Raise Awareness Of Global Warming

03/12/2015 14:11 GMT | Updated 03/12/2015 14:59 GMT

Our feeds always seem to be inundated with selfies from famous faces, but this latest trend is about more than raising the poster's profile.

From top supermodels and legendary photographers, to some of the biggest fashion magazines around, big names in the style world are filming and photographing themselves walking.

Why? The celebs are posting the photos and videos on Instagram with the message and hashtag: #COP21 Paris Climate Action Now! #ClimateCatwalk #ClimateMarch to raise awareness of global warming.

That's because this week in Paris, 147 heads of state and over 40,000 delegates gathered for a landmark conference on climate change as the UN summit seeks a way to negotiate a new treaty.

See who's getting involved to save the planet below:

British Vogue



Lily Aldridge



Mario Testino



Natalia Vodianova

Since today in Paris we can not physically join #climatemarch we decided to still show our support like this. We all live in the age when little actions can make difference and even if I cannot dedicate my life to environment like some admirable individuals out there, it feels good to do our little act and to have an opportunity to again explain to my children the importance of taking care of our beautiful Mother Earth. >>>> Так как сегодня у нас нет физической возможности присоединиться к #climatemarch в Париже, мы решили выразить свою поддержку этим видео. Даже если я не могу посвятить всю свою жизнь защите окружающей среды, то всегда стараюсь найти возможность напомнить своим детям о том, как важно заботиться о нашей прекрасной Земле. @lucas_portman @neva_portman @viktorportman #climatecatwalk #cop21 #artpartner #paris #dogood

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Josephine Skriver



Nick Knight



Anja Rubik



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