‘I still havn’t found what I’m looking for’ – The artists on APE’s Rhythms del Mundo album fully support the record as a show of commitment to the music and to the cause that it endorses.
Coldplay supports Artists Project Earth. APE aims to create a better world by bringing the power of music and the arts to 21st century challenges. It supports effective projects and awareness raising initiatives to combat climate change and raises funds for natural disaster relief.
Big Ben vanishes, crowds count down, and chefs cook by candle-light. See how the UK plunged into darkness for WWF’s Earth Hour – the global switch-off calling for a strong climate deal.
The UK promotion for Earth Hour 2009 kicked off in Bristol in January. This video shows the WWF team’s energetic efforts to inspire the locals and community leaders to be the first to sign up and switch off! Earth Hour is happening on 28 March, at 8.30pm. To take part, sign up here – www.wwf.org.uk/how_you_can_help/earthhour
Cathy Freeman, Australia’s legendary Olympic athlete, helped promote Earth Hour 2008. Earth Hour 2009 is on Saturday 28 March, 8.30pm. Sign up and switch off here – www.wwf.org.uk/how_you_can_help/earthhour
Kermit, Fozzie and even Miss Piggy lend a hand to help the earth in this NWF short film from the 1980s.
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During the Rock in Rio concert in Lisbon, Finnish band Apocalyptica calls on people to sign the Greenpeace Energy Revolution.
Best of green.tv – This video Launched green.tv’s music channel with Swedish producer and DJ, Eric Prydz and his remix of Pink Floyd’s ‘Another Brick in the Wall’. Green.tv interviewed Dan Morrell from climate change charity Global Cool who consulted on the video.
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