In March 2018, the Conservation Music field crew launched a sea-to-summit mobile studio caravan from Cape Town’s drying coast to Tanzania’s melting glacier, forming eco-educational music collaborations and working with and documenting the existing efforts of local NGOs along the way.
We’re producing a new climate-centered song and music video in each destination, resulting in a compilation of 12 educational songs and videos depicting the local impacts and grassroots solutions of climate change in over a dozen different languages and musical styles. Each of these songs corresponds to one of the 12 years we have left to reverse climate change, according to the UN’s 2018 IPCC report.
During and after the expedition, partnerships and local teams are developed and leveraged to ensure distribution through broadcast, online, and multiple face to face platforms, enabling the transformative learning experienced through our production workshops to reach tens of thousands of people’s hearts and minds.
Who and What We Need
We exist to amplify our fellow artists’ voices towards a better world to live in.
If you’re based along our route and you would like to get involved, please get in touch!