NewEnergyNews: Using Music In The Climate Fight

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    Thursday, February 22, 2018

    Using Music In The Climate Fight

    Climate change expert uses art, music to communicate scientific concern

    Leia Larsen, February 18, 2018 (Standard Examiner)

    “…[The Crossroad Project merges] science with music and art for a moving performance about climate change and the way humans are impacting their planet…[Its “Rising Tide” has performed around the nation by Utah State University Department of Physics Associate Professor Rob Davies and] the Fry Street Quartet…[Davies’ goal is to help close the gap] between what the science understood about climate change and what the public understood…[Davies said recent polling shows more than two-thirds of the public] are either somewhat or very concerned about climate change and that number hasn’t changed…[though] this administration has done their best to stymie efforts, certainly at the federal level, to address the problem…[But, Davies said,] the vast majority of meaningful efforts are at the city, local and state level...[and they are] beginning to grow and amplify and overlap…” click here for more

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