The Climate Message: Sandhya Sanjana and Satchit Puranik

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Amsterdamer and Mumbaikar Sandhya Sanjana and Satchit Puranik made this video together from Sandhya’s home in the Netherlands. This video is a great example of a creative and humorous approach to delivering the Message. If you’re a performer in any idiom, please consider joining the Climate Message Video Festival, an online initiative bringing together musicians […]

Saturday’s Endangered Music: The Jarawa People of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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A Jarawa Song. WIth limestone caves, gorgeous beaches, and mud volcanoes, the Andaman and Nicobar islands have become increasingly popular as a tourist destination in India. But it’s not just the natural scenery and the wildlife that has raised the international profile of this small archipelago. The “Jarawa” tribal peoples are one of the few […]

India Breaks New Ground!

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The world’s largest solar array is in progress in India: Four gigawatts of generating capacity, set up in Sambhar district in the desert state Rajasthan. In a first of its kind venture, six public sector undertakings (PSUs) including state-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) and Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) on Wednesday announced […]

Fire and Rain

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Heh indeedy. Since climate change is a myth in the bizarro world of political/religious conservatives, it makes sense that they’d ask for the intercession of mythical agents rather than recognize physical reality and, you know, actual evidence. RENO, Nev. – Religious leaders and farmers in Nevada and Utah held special events to ask for divine […]

Playing For The Planet: Steve Gorn plays Raga Bhairavi

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From 2012’s beautiful “Flutes Against Climate Change” concert, here’s bansuri master Steve Gorn with Akshay Navaladi on tabla and Warren Senders on tamboura, playing the popular Indian raga Bhairavi. Steve’s a great musician and a good friend — he was an early adopter of the Climate Message idea. His playing is wonderfully evocative and emotionally […]