Climate change charity Music Declares Emergency has organised a week-long series of actions and activities designed to ‘turn up the volume’ on its calls for both government action on climate change and a sustainable music industry.
Here's how to get involved:
Our world faces a crisis. We know that without action to remove fossil fuels, protect biodiversity, and implement social justice we will face extinction. We are inviting the global music community to stand with us to share the message NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET and show the world that there is another way.
#NOMUSICONADEADPLANET is a call for unity and human connection, to come together across divides to face the climate and ecological emergency.
#NOMUSICONADEADPLANET is a reminder of the greatness humans can achieve when we work in harmony.
#NOMUSICONADEADPLANET is an acknowledgement of how we risk losing everything we love, if we fail to act together.
On Earth Day 22nd April 2022 - Share a post about the climate and ecological emergency with the hashtag #NOMUSICONADEADPLANET and show solidarity with partners around the world. Show us your reality through pictures, video, and song and tell us what the climate emergency means to you.
Join the incredible Resolution Song - with contributors from every country on earth, record and upload your version of the song for Earth day.
Earth Percent Bandcamp project - are you an artist or label? Can you contribute an unheard track for upload to Bandcamp on Earth Day with all proceeds going to Earth Percent to fund global climate causes.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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