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A BENEFIT ALBUM FOR 350.org, UNDP, AND THE FIGHT FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE
FEATURING LIVE PERFORMANCES BY THOM YORKE, PATTI SMITH, FLEA, WARREN ELLIS, FALLY IPUPA, TENZIN CHOEGYAL, AND MORE, WITH TALKS BY BILL MCKIBBEN, NAOMI KLEIN, VANDANA SHIVA AND JO SCHEUER
OUT JULY 27th 2016
AS A 320kbps MP3 ALBUM DOWNLOAD AT
Pathway to Paris is an initiative in partnership with 350.org that brings together musicians, artists, activists, academics, politicians and innovators to participate in a series of live concert events to help raise consciousness, inspire action and foster dialogue about the urgency of climate action and a the need for a rapid transition towards renewable energy and an end to fossil fuels.
Co-founded by musicians and organizers Jesse Paris Smith and Rebecca Foon, the 2015 programme of Pathway to Paris culminated with two extraordinary nights of music, speeches and calls to action at Le Trianon concert hall in Paris on December 4th and 5th.
Timed to coincide with the UN Climate Change conference (COP 21) and taking place just four weeks after the devastating Paris attacks at Le Bataclan and elsewhere, these concerts were infused with an indescribable energy of love, hope, resilience and commitment to a peaceful and sustainable future, shared by attendees, artists, speakers, technical crew and organizers alike. An audio document of these wonderful evenings, capturing highlights from each artist’s performances, and including the full speeches given by some of the environmental movement’s leading lights, is now being made available as a further effort to raise consciousness.
Available July 27th 2016
All proceeds go to 350.org and the UNDP Digital Good Platform.
Live videos from the concerts can also be found at:
PATHWAY TO PARIS LIVE @ LE TRIANON
Wing – Patti Smith
Bloom – Thom Yorke
Elemental Prayer – Tenzin Choegyal
White Nile – Flea & Warren Ellis
Service – Fally Ipupa
Nature – Patti Smith, Jesse Paris Smith & Rebecca Foon
Heartstrings – Tenzin Choegyal
Peaceable Kingdom – Patti Smith
Two Suits – Flea & Warren Ellis
Sweet Life – Fally Ipupa
People have the Power – Patti Smith
Jo Scheuer, United Nations Development Programme
Jesse Paris Smith, Pathway to Paris co-founder
Rebecca Foon, Pathway to Paris co-founder
Bill McKibben, author, 350.org
Naomi Klein, author of “This Changes Everything”
Dr. Vandana Shiva, author and activist
For more information: Rebecca Foon – rebecca@
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