Monday, July 14, 2008

Environment and Song July 08

Sarah Harmer among finalists for national honour
Burlington Post - Burlington,ON,Canada
A few years ago she recorded a folk song, Escarpment Blues, which tells the story of a land-use conflict on the escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve ...
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Are You Plugged In?
By rustedrobot
Stoltz tracked his electricity use and with the help of the Green-e program, offset the all the
electricity used to record his record with green tags from the Bonneville Environmental Foundation. In Kelley’s words: “Using renewable ...
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That’s not punk!
By underground
When do those bands otherwise make a stand an environmental issues? Punk bands have been singing about the environment for decades. It appears as though many musicians jump on the bandwagon, adopting causes in a desperate profit driven ...
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Dancing to save the planet: the world’s first sustainable nightclub
Times Online - UK

As I stomped to Amy Winehouse’s version of Valerie (a recycled song!) and the screen told me that “300 million children have no access to health services”, ...

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