We are part of the ecosystem, where we coexist with plants, flowers, insects, fish, coral, and every other living thing. And our ecosystem is in crisis, primarily because we’re using more and more land for housing, work, food production, and raw material extraction. Deforestation, overfishing, agricultural monoculture, and climate change have led to large-scale biodiversity loss. We’re not just facing a climate crisis, we’re on the brink of a biodiversity crisis, as well. Events can take both direct and indirect steps to protect – or regenerate the natural environment.
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DJ’s for Climate Action invites the electronic music community to be part of Earth Night 2022
DJs4CA are calling on venues, promoters, DJs and dancers across the globe to be part of a global movement and join the 5th annual edition of Earth Night, which will take place over April 22-24th, 2022 in conjunction with Earth
When and how to offset carbon?
In the paper "Putting a price on carbon" produced by Julie’s Bicycle and the Arts Council England you will find information about carbon offsets, what they are, and some alternative models
ADE Green explores the Relationship between Humanity, Nature and the Arts
It's common to think of dance music as thoroughly synthetic. Its imagery is of the dancefloor – with lasers, strobes, LEDs – or of digital visuals. Our subjective experience is of enclosed spaces, from airport to taxi to rave to
Interview with Andy Cato, Groove Armada and The Real Food Fight
Andy Cato is a well-respected artist and part of the renowned electronic music duo Groove Armada, but now dedicates most of his life to his organic farm in the south of France whilst also maintaining a busy touring and recording