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‘Climate season’ arts and theater pave way for resiliency in Gary

By Corey Hagelberg Photo: Corey Hagelberg
Gary, Indiana, community members, urban gardeners, historians, and theater professionals recently joined in the “Resilient Midtown Tour” of Gary as a kick-off to the “Climate Season,” opening a full run of theater productions and community…
12/22/21
                                                               

Little Amal, a Syrian Refugee Puppet, to Grace COP26 from November 9 to 11

By IANS Photo: Bev Craig
Little Amal, a 3.5m puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian refugee, will visit the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) from November 9 to 11. This follows her completion of 'The Walk', a four-month travelling…
11/05/21
                                                               

Global Citizen Live: Lizzo lets us know pop and protest still go together

By Rob LeDonne Photo: Peter Foley/EPA
The last time I was in Central Park, I got soaked to my underwear. It was during the Homecoming NYC Concert, a Clive-Davis produced bonanza to celebrate the return of normalcy post-Covid whose line-up included…
09/26/21
                                                               

Indie musician Squirrel Flower’s new album reckons with extreme weather

By YCC Team Photo: Squirrel Flower video
The album’s lyrical images of floods and storms explore broader themes of fear and helplessness
09/17/21
                                                               
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Artists are creating interactive music videos to show the effects of climate change

By AJ Dellinger
Music can affect us in visceral ways. For three to four minutes at a time, a song can transport you to a new place or get you wrapped up in an experience that you might…
08/17/21
                                                               

Music’s biggest stars to unite for worldwide concert aimed at climate change, poverty and vaccine equity

By Jenna Romaine
“We must rectify the damage done and hold world leaders and businesses accountable for ensuring that the entire world recovers from this pandemic together,” the CEO of Global Citizen said.
08/11/21
                                                               

Lend Us Your Ears, and Don’t Forget Your Farm Boots

By Julia Jacobs Photo: Michelle V. Agnis , The New York Times
Seeing a play at Willow Wisp Organic Farm in Damascus, Pa., has a simple but highly recommended dress code: sturdy shoes.
08/10/21
                                                               

Artist’s Fantastical Paper Installations Are a ‘Love Song’ to Earth’s Biodiversity

By Kimberley Mok Photo: Clare Celeste
Nature is all about relationships: the interconnected links between the animate and inanimate, and how they harmonize beautifully into an emergent whole that might not be immediately apparent to us humans, as the complexities of…
08/02/21
                                                               

Bo Burnham is not joking about the climate apocalypse

By Kate Yoder
A few minutes into Bo Burnham’s Netflix special, Inside, filmed in a single room in his house over the course of the pandemic, the comedian launches into his second number, concerning the purpose of comedy…
06/28/21