A Radical Collaboration TO SAVE THE Planet
Why must we all commit to MUSIC4Climatejustice?
Climate change is fundamentally an issue of human rights and environmental justice that connects the local to the global. "With rising temperatures, human lives—particularly in people of color, low-income, and Indigenous communities—are affected by compromised health, financial burdens, and social and cultural disruptions. Those who are most affected and have the fewest resources to adapt are also the least responsible for the greenhouse gas emissions—both globally and within the United States." University of Colorado, Boulder, Environmental Dept.
M4CJ: global concert event supporting sdg 13 &
Why are we committed to climate justice?
On COP26 2021, a highly ambitious music event will take place — a 24-hour live concert from the most iconic venues in the world’s 24 time zones, with A-list artists from around the world performing their most meaningful work, their proteges, and indigenous artists stepping into the light to share their art with the world. (more)
"I'm Committed to Climate Justice, are You?"
We need everyone to tackle the biggest issue our planet has ever faced.
“Humankind has confronted and overcome immense challenges before; challenges that have required us to work together and to put aside division and difference to fight a common threat.
The mountain in front of us is very high. But it is not insurmountable. we need to put the brakeS on deadly greenhouse gas emissions and drive climate action.”
United Nations Secretary General António Guterres