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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! See More
Cliff 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 wor...ld by uniting people through Conservation Music project and songs. See More
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 sometimes 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
Nosie Dlamini
· July 18, 2017
Had a great experience personally, great people with great vibes�
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 See More
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.

COLLABORATIVE CLIMATE MUSIC PREMIERE: At MTN BUSHFIRE 2017 in Swaziland, Conservation Music produced its first ever #crowdstudio, an über-inclusive collaboration inviting artists from all over the world to add their talent to an environmentally charged song and music video. The theme was Climate Change. With dozens of artists and over 50 tracks total, the song was then arranged and mixed down into what you hear now.

So many thanks to all the artists involved in this process.... This is just the first of many #crowdstudio projects to come!

Featuring 50 artists from 12 different countries, listed below! Thank you!

@Albert Hamy, Gur Geva, Hans Lange, Will Moran, Tendayi Nyeke, Walter Bayer, Jonathan Boynton-Lee, @Thabo Nonkenge, Sibusiso Nkambule, Ruan Griffin, Obed Mushibwe Chipwepwe, @Bray Shiba, @Felix Leppich, Daniel Wheeler, Clara Lepron, Lou Tribout, Dani Davenport , Albert Craftsman, Bongi Mndzbele, Bhekimpilo Mabo Ndlovu, Elihle Ching Chong, Tereo Bowad, Quad Element Band, Tshepo Ramasia, Wilson Nyasulu, Trumpet Israel, Nina Erasmus, Veli Ndzimandze, Bholoja Mbongiseni Ngubane

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Happy 130th anniversary to our friends at National Geographic!

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National Geographic Explorers

Celebrating our 130th anniversary (today!) with this rallying cry from our archives: The invite that made the rounds to the 33 geologists, bankers, naturalists,... sailors, and cartographers who founded the National Geographic Society in DC's Cosmos Club. Over 13,000 grants later, we're still working hard "so that we may all know more of the world upon which we live," in the words of our first President, Gardiner Greene Hubbard.

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