Originally published on CleanTechnica. Everyone will have a different take — rather, taste — about the following list. Certainly, I never seem to have a mainstream perspective on much of anything — except perhaps … [Read full article]
Here’s a video with some beautiful music and some chilling pics of our changing climate: Apparently, the song is by Emily Maguire.
Here’s a beautiful song and video (sometimes not so beautiful) that one of our readers recently passed along via Facebook (“Our Land“): Nice one, eh? Share with your friends and … [Read full article]
Here’s a nice video of and song about elephants, courtesy of one of our great Planetsave readers/musicians. Here’s more information on the video from the musician who contacted us, … [Read full article]
I received this video above from one of our readers on our Planetsave Facebook page a couple weeks ago. Love this music! Can’t say that I understand the point … [Read full article]
One of our Facebook fans recently dropped us this music video he created. As you can see, it’s focused on the rhino, and efforts to save this precious species. … [Read full article]
Here’s one more beautiful and animal-related quick post for the day. It’s another beautiful environmental music film (EMF) from Kristen Farquhar. “Voices of the Earth,” as you’ll see, is … [Read full article]
I absolutely love Playing for Change, and I absolutely love Bob Marley, so this video below is a real joy. The song, 3 little birds, is one of my favorite … [Read full article]
This is really well done! Check out this beautiful song, or rap, or “spoken word poem” as the YouTube page calls it, along with the beautiful (and sometimes not so … [Read full article]
This is a beautiful music video a friend on Google Reader recently shared with me. It includes some of the most beautiful photos of natural landscapes I’ve seen. And the music is beautiful as well. And they are nicely synced.
Here’s more from the YouTube page (and credits at the end as well): “Tribute video for our planet Earth. Name of used song is Melanesian Choirs: Jisas yu holem hand blong mi.”
Full disclosure: Heather is a friend of mine from college. We recently reconnected (on Facebook, of course) and she mentioned this sweet project she’s trying to get funded. Immediately, I though, “Wow, that’s an awesome project and a great fit for Planetsave!” So, here’s more on the project, via Kickstarter (where you can go to help fund it).
A StumbleUpon friend of mine recently shared a TREMENDOUS article on whales and whale music with me. To put the effect in the simplest and most straightforward terms I can, it has forever transformed my view of whales and it has had a considerable impact on me, in general. I will share the intro with you here, but beyond this intro, the piece delves into a theory as to why they sing proposed by musician, professor, and author David Rothenberg, as well as the research and lives of David and Daniel Opitz, “a deep-sea diver and full-time self-financed filmmaker who made the acclaimed and award-winning film The Humpback Code.”
One of our loyal readers (the creator of the environmental music film above) passed on to me that Florida Power & Light (FPL) wants to put two new nuclear reactors on the shores of Biscayne Bay and the South Florida Wildlands Association is organizing a mock evacuation and rally for tomorrow (Saturday) in opposition to such a plan. Here’s more….