Planet Forward Correspondent | University of Arizona
An original composition of electro-acoustic art music scored for English horn and fixed media featuring field recordings and narration. The piece explores the complicated emotions that may arise from living in a time of anthropogenic climate change.
I interview labor and environmental activist Joe Uehlein about the historic intersections between those two activist movements and how he tells those stories in his music.
The George Washington University
Caleigh Cross, a 27-year old Vermont woman, has had pet chickens for years, but she began to do something different with them this past year: pose alongside them to recreate Taylor Swift's album covers.
The George Washington University School of Business
While waiting in line outside your favorite venue, you may not be thinking about what it’s taken to make that show happen. If you look at the top 100 tours of 2015, fans traveled about 240 million miles, emitting 58,000 metric tons of CO2.
Here's an ode to get behind: "A hydrogen fuel cell is in the making. It breaks down water it turns it in the fuel emitting zero pollution which is real cool." Watch/Listen
Can music make a difference? The New Pornographers and Oxfam teamed up to spread make a music video featuring local residents still reeling from the BP oil spill.
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Bill McKibben’s 350.org hopes to stage “the largest piece of public art in the planet’s history.” From Australia to Egypt, Spain, and Canada, groups will be creating images that are visible from space. The question is: with an issue like climate... Read More
A song from George Washington University students Alex Laska and Julie Taylor.