TO REVERSE CLIMATE CHANGE
According to these 6,000 peer-reviewed reports compiled by 91 UN IPCC scientists
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Our 13-month mobile studio caravan from Cape Town to Kilimanjaro…
Through the catalytic power of music, we confront environmental breakdown and humanitarian disaster in the developing world and beyond.
A global community that stewards the Earth, in which the memorable, emotional, and unifying power of music contributes to the balance between humankind, nature, and society.
Planet Earth is home for all of us.
What We Do
We collaborate with local musicians in local styles and languages to produce eco-minded songs and music videos for distribution through radio and TV, online, and throughout a network of dozens of local chapters, implementing partners, schools and extracurricular programs, and more!
We develop classroom materials to encourage fun, engaging and versatile eco-education for teachers in our program countries and around the world!
LIVE EVENTS & WORKSHOPS
We lead all sorts of live workshops, concerts and other events to benefit musicians, communities, schools and all people interested in the union of music with the environment. Some of our most successful events include songwriting workshops, eco-concerts and musical activations.
WHAT IT DOES
RALLY PUBLIC & POLITICAL WILL
Humanity has seen the role music played in taking on the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights movement, the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and more. History has been, and will continue to be shaped by its musicians. The Earth cannot speak for itself save for deadly disasters. It’s time to speak up for it, before it’s too late! The public and those in positions of power must be on the same page, we all have roles to play in protecting the Earth and each other.
Going further than raising awareness, we create opportunities for real education to take place to enable action for the planet and its people! Through musical storytelling, we are opening people’s minds to new facts and ideas, reinforcing prior learning, and creating conviction through music’s incomparable ability to tap into human emotion.
MOBILIZE THE MUSIC INDUSTRY
The music industry has vast influence and resources that can be put to work for the planet. We intend to facilitate that realization worldwide. It’s time to make this responsibility known by the industry itself, and to make it easy for the music scene to take part in saving our planet and protecting its people!
How We Do It
Our skilled team of facilitators collaborates with artists all over the world to create something unique with a powerful message. We are also available for song commissions.
Whether using our own mobile studio or borrowing a personal or professional studio space, we have the chops to record, mix, and master a quality track.
We specialize in music videos, interviews, web series, and documentary films!
We’re all in this together. Collaboration is essential in improving our relations with the Earth and with each other! The above organizations have supported or planned projects with Conservation Music, directly or otherwise, along the way. We welcome opportunities to work together, so please get in touch!
Support our Documentary
Music can speak to the heart and mind simultaneously, and Conservation Music believes that the call to action for environmental sustainability must be sung more loudly than ever. We are a registered 501(c)3 non-profit that seeks to weave the emotional concord of melody and rhythm into the global ethos via educational music and film.
Meet the Musicians
Our Conservation Ambassadors
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#FacesofCM: Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi | Legend “Tuku” talks environment, childhood, and the power of music
#FacesofCM Interview: Mbangwa | Okavango Delta Yei poler and guide talks music and climate change
Samalilani – Theresa Ng’ambi, James Sakala, Maureen Lilanda, Pompi & Shaps | Zambian music for earth!
Mmaballeng Montlenyane- Sereetsi & The Natives, Gaone Rantlhoiwa, Stiger Sola | Okavango delta song!
I have heard many English songs on conservation and environmental awareness which did stir up emotions within me. But, listening to one in my own tongue is a totally different feeling. I felt I could resonate with the message and it really touched my heart. It was also worth noting that there were so many languages on it, about five I think; all coming from different part of Zambia. I am so excited that such a message can reach the Zambians not fortunate enough to get educated and learn a foreign language.
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We’re raising money to cover expedition expenses, incentives for artists and local collaborators, carbon neutral sequestration, and other costs required to continue our work.