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Protect the Planet: Stop Streaming Songs

By Adam Met Photo: Amy Harris , AP

Before you hit play on a new song, think about how many times you might listen to it. Believe it or not, this decision can have a small, but real impact on climate change — and the artist.


Palisades Virtuosi to Present GLOBAL WARNING – A Concert Devoted To Climate Concerns

By Chloe Rabinowitz

The critically-acclaimed Palisades Virtuosi flute, clarinet and piano trio will be in concert on Sunday, March 27 @ 3:00 PM, performing Global Warning – A Concert Devoted to Climate Concerns at Hackensack Performing Arts Center (HACPAC), 102 State St. in Hackensack, NJ. Proof of vaccination will be required for admission to this live event and mask wearing by all audience members will be required.


A musical interpretation of climate change pays tribute to Beethoven

By YCC Team Photo: Iman Habibi

Composer Ludwig van Beethoven was passionate about nature. In his sixth symphony, instruments mimic birds, a babbling brook, and a raging storm.
So when the Philadelphia Orchestra commissioned composer Iman Habibi to write a piece for Beethoven’s 250th birthday, in 2020, Habibi considered what Beethoven would have written about if he were alive today.


‘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 events focused on climate change.


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 festival of art and hope over 8,000 km from the Syrian border to Manchester.



Global British band Coldplay have pledged to drawdown any unavoidable emissions of their upcoming tour according to the Oxford Principles for Net-Zero Aligned Carbon Offsetting.
Coldplay said: “We pledge to make our upcoming Music Of The Spheres Tour as sustainable and low-carbon as possible, guided by three key principles: Reduce, Reinvent, Restore.”


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 Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon. A couple of hours in, the whole shebang was called off due to “inclement weather”, a contender for understatement of the century.


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

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 otherwise never have or a situation you may never have experienced. And, well, there is no situation that deserves more our of attention than climate change.