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We're on a mission to produce and promote musical media that educates listeners and viewers in conservation and sustaina...bility, with an emphasis on rural developing communities! We're also honored to serve as a platform for similar efforts! See more
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JMU / Harrisonburg folks: tomorrow at 9am in Festival Ballroom, our very own Alex Paullin will be speaking as a part of the Summit Series -- come see us!

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Connecting with The Nile Project thanks to The World Music Show on WCVE! Our brothers and sisters in music for good... Check them out!

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Danny Lurie
· February 9, 2017
Having collaborated with Alex and CM I have personally seen the positive impact of their work on the ground. A unique concept in environmental education and awareness that inspires and energizes local communities to take action. On top of that we're also gifted with original music!
Clifford Blum
· February 11, 2017
Conservation Music is doing great work to uplift individuals, communities, and the whole world through the healing power of music. Alex has inspired me to be a part of this movement--to uplift the world by uniting people through Conservation Music project and songs.
Rob Coutts
· February 9, 2017
Lead by a passionate musical philanthropist, I believe CM is a wonderful initiative that will only keep growing and growing. The challenges that CM tackle are s...ometimes insurmountable but they always emerge successful leaving communities changed for the better after being touched by CM's unique qualities. I can't wait to see CM in action again! See More
Tomeletso Sereetsi
· February 8, 2017
An excellent initiative! Music is one powerful tool that speaks to our need as humans to connect. And it can only be a cause as big as life itself when people and artists connect to save the planet - that's conservation music
Tsepo Nub Mohai III
· February 15, 2017
I love Alex's work, taught me a few tricks. I love the initiative and the message it drives through music, as we all know music is life
Teboho Mochaoa
· February 17, 2017
We need music not only to dance in clubs, but to pass important messages. Something African societies have been doing before the arrival of European cultures...
Mojabeng Moholi
· February 8, 2017
music has always been the best form of communication hence the initiative helps heal and educate the world.
David Ward
· February 8, 2017
What the world needs right now. Music, love, and environmental consciousness
Reekelitsoe Molapo
· February 15, 2017
A great initiative this is, and I'm looking forward to working with the team.
Christopher Volosevich
· February 9, 2017
A musical unification of people and ideas? Who wouldn't get behind that?
Cindy Paullin
· February 11, 2017
Extraordinary, Innovative, Impactful use of music.
David Thomas
· February 8, 2017
A fantastic cause by passionate and brilliant people.

The 22nd/23rd are international days of action against throwaway cups! Kenya just recently banned plastic bags and we are hopeful that others will follow and continue to ban other disposable products like cups and straws. We want #conservation and #sustainability

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Kenya just banned all plastic bags.

We are STOKED to be a part of this! MTN BUSHFIRE is hands down one of the most powerful music festivals we have ever been to. If you'll be anywhere in Africa in May, let it be here! #bringyourfire

MTN Bushfire has always encouraged the proactive contribution of individuals towards social change. It’s what we do, and this is what it means to BRING YOUR FIR...E. This year, we’re taking this concept to a whole new level with the introduction of the BRING YOUR FIRE ZONE, an interactive and creative space within the festival that brings this call to action to life around the theme of environmentalism and sustainability. Visit the BRING YOUR FIRE ZONE at MTN Bushfire 2017 to dye and stencil a t-shirt for Young Heroes, jam with Conservation Music, plant a tree with All Out Africa, share your ideas with the whole festival through Makhulu’s interactive studio, leave your own personal mark on Yebo! Art & Design Swaziland’s mural, spark your inner activist with Sunshine Cinema and much, much more.

Become a proactive contributor and #BringYourFire!

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'Bring Your Fire' is the MTN BUSHFIRE mantra. Everything that happens behind the scenes before the festival and indeed at the festival itself is governed by ...

Our man Tomeletso Sereetsi is soon to embark on a legendary tour! Hoping to catch one of the shows ourselves... And in the meantime, we're excited to be writing a collaboration with him!

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Tomeletso Sereetsi

Catch native on Btv morning show today talking about the Kgalagadi Soul Tour of SADC. You can catch the international collaboration that brings six countries on one stage with one band in Botswana on Maitisong Festival opening night on April 4th 2017

Local heroes change the world one community at a time! How can you get involved in your community to make it more sustainable?

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A little gardening in her backyard is making a big difference in fighting hunger in her community. (via Our Giving Hands Garden and Rob Greenfield)

More on trees... We can't get enough!! (And actually, we could really use a whole lot more) #treelove #conservation #restoration

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Sustainable Human

If you measure intelligence by the years your species has been able to survive, then trees are the smartest beings around.


We really love TED Talks, especially when they involve forest ecologist, Suzanne Simard! Do trees have more complex social lives than us? Listen in to learn more!

"A forest is much more than what you see," says ecologist Suzanne Simard. Her 30 years of research in Canadian forests have led to an astounding discovery -- trees talk, often and over vast distances. Learn more about the harmonious yet complicated social lives of trees and prepare to see the natura...

"The Soundmaker" by Rodrigo & Gabriela performed at TED-- This is a MUST SEE!

Guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela combine furiously fast riffs and dazzling rhythms to create a style that draws on both flamenco guitar and heavy metal in this live performance of their song, "The Soundmaker."

People of Richmond, Virginia, check out The World Music Show on WCVE! Thank you for the mention, Ian!

‪So much goodness happening! From Gamalan Raga Kusuma, to The Nile Project to Alex Paullin Conservation Music. Read up and tune in.

It's time to cut to chase on this week’s World Music Show (3/18) because there’s a lot happening around town and in the studios in the next week. And because of all that, I want to make sure that you—faithful listener—are in tune with what’s going on and have a chance to attend some of these great e...

A powerful song with a powerful message, sung by such strong little children. Be it war or environmental destruction, we owe it to children to apply our own lives to the greater good.


Today the war in Syria reaches six brutal years. Born blind and displaced by violence in Damascus, 10-year-old Ansam sings a message of hope with fellow Syrian children in this powerful song.

Children like Ansam are not giving up and neither should we.

Ever heard of a glass-based battery? It's never too late (or too soon!) to make the world just a little bit better.

John Goodenough has defied the American tech industry’s prejudice that says old people can’t innovate. A man old enough to be Mark Zuckerberg’s great-grandfather just unveiled energy storage technology that might save the planet.

Big thank you to Specter Wireless for reaching out and sponsoring these awesome water-resistant Bluetooth speakers and headphones, they just arrived! Can't wait to put them to the test in our productions. Field team returns to Africa April 5!

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Thank you, Paul Simon! There are so many ways for music to support the environment.

Conservation Music is looking for champions too... Who should we call? 😃

Paul Simon announced a June tour in which all proceeds will got to biodiversity charity Half-Earth Project.