“I Breathe for the Trees”
This started as a song that Fellow Member Scott Fulton wrote to try to reduce the fairly complicated subject of climate change to something digestible for kids. It occurred to him that with the right art, it might make for a good YouTube piece. So, he turned to Tony Oposa for help. Tony is an environmental champion extraordinaire in Asia, responsible for advancing through the courts the principle of intergenerational natural resource equity via a case brought by children for children yet to come.
You will find at the link below a collaboration that simply seeks to advance the cause of caring. Please pass it on; Scott and Tony waived copyright for nonprofit and educational use to make it easy to share and use.
"If We Turn This Corner"
In Recognition of Climate Week & the Upcoming
Conference of the Parties under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 28), we are sharing this video by Fellow Member Scott Fulton
Scott asks that you share it with others!
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