Environmental

Back from the Dead: the Incredible Resilience of Nature

Have you ever stopped to wonder how, after a winter of floods, gales, frosts and snow, the green shoots of new growth know when it's time to reappear? How do birds migrate across vast expanses of...

Plastic Is Definitely Not Fantastic

How to reduce plastic use in your daily life On this blog, we talk a lot about the long-term detrimental effects of industrialisation on the ecosystem, and one of our biggest bugbears is plastic waste,...

IMAGINE – it isn’t hard to do…

Everything manmade was once just a thought… Which means, we have to think more holistically to create a better world. What if… we helped refugees fleeing from terror and famine to build sustainable ecovillages where...

Here Comes The Flood

You know what? You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows…  Over the years, Bob Dylan – whose fabulous song ‘I Shall Be Released’ is reworked on the new Rhythms Del...

Smiling From Within

" Green Garden is about beauty and joy and lush green and dance and excitement and smiling from within." The Regular Ol' News Throughout its ten years, Artists Project Earth has always focused on solutions to...

COP21 – Cop Out?

"The wheel of climate action turns slowly, but in Paris it has turned. This deal puts the fossil-fuel industry on the wrong side of history." Kumi Naidoo Artists Project Earth are in Paris! Our house band...

COP21: Another Development Model Must Emerge

"A climate deal is getting closer, but in order for it to be effective, another development model must emerge." Artists Project Earth are in Paris! Our house band Rhythms Del Mundo is performing their new album, Oceans, live on...

APE at COP21 – Sebastiao Salgado exhibits biodiversity in the Amazon

Artists Project Earth are in Paris! Our house band Rhythms Del Mundo is performing their new album, Oceans, live on Monday 7th December at COP21, to help raise awareness of climate change and ocean conservation. The album is...
Chris Martin

Walk Your Talk, Or You’re A Few Pebbles Short of a Beach

If you don’t care about the wider global issues, you’re a few pebbles short of a beach. So says Chris Martin, whose band Coldplay have featured on the last three Rhythms Del Mundo fundraising albums,...

What If Captain Ahab Loved Whales?

To paraphrase Joni Mitchell's famous song, Big Yellow Taxi, "We don't know what we've got till it's gone," and this is certainly the case when it comes to the plight of the great whales, because we...

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