Declan McKenna at La Maroquinerie in Paris, Mercredi 18 Octobre 2017. Climate Live is bringing artists, activists and young people together through music to unite in the fight for climate justice. Musicians and young people across the world launched Climate Live, the simultaneous youth-led global climate concerts set to take place in more than 40 countries on Saturday, 16 October 2021, with a 24-hour live music stream on Sunday. Climate Live is bringing artists, activists and young people together through music to unite in the fight for climate justice and the race to safeguard the future of the planet. It is led by members of Friday for Future youth climate groups, which organised the school strikes started by Greta Thunberg, and supported by Music Declares Emergency, Greenpeace and others. The critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Declan McKenna joined Climate Live in the rallying cry to world leaders – “Can You Hear Us Yet?" – by taking the stage on a boat outside the Houses of Parliament in London. Concert McKenna said: “The question I’d ask world leaders is, what disaster are we waiting for? There’s so much reason and so much cause to change the way we’re doing things right now […]

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