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Singing for Change: ‘People Power’ is a Musical Response to Climate Change
November 24, 2011
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The 2011 UN Climate negotiations start on Monday in Durban, South Africa. In the lead up to the conference, 350.org is trying to create a 'Radio Wave' for climate action with the release of a new song called 'People Power'. The tune was written and performed by a group of African musicians, including Angelique Kidjo, Zap Mama and Talib Kweli, under the name 350RadioWaves.

The goal of Radio Wave is to create a global wave of radio broadcasts playing the song, discussing the impacts of climate change, and calling on listeners to join the movement for change. The organization, which is supported by Oxfam, is calling on individuals to set up radio interviews with local DJs or radio hosts and encouraging them to play the song.

You can listen to 'People Power' below, and download it for free right here. And to find out how you can get involved, head to the Radio Wave site.

"People Power" (radio version) by 350RadioWaves

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