These grantees are all on the frontlines fighting the climate crisis in three major categories: renewable energy, protecting nature and sustainable food. Amazon Frontlines —Building power with indigenous peoples to protect the Amazon rainforest and our climate. Carbon Cycle Institute —Advancing carbon farming and regenerative agricultural land management to build soil carbon as a central climate strategy on ranches and farms throughout the U. Global Greengrants Fund —Funding grassroots level regenerative agriculture efforts, a method of farming that restores the health and biodiversity of farmland and draws carbon back into the soil. Quick Response Fund for Nature —Funding rapid response land acquisition, a proven conservation strategy to protect properties crucial to conserving threatened and endangered species. Shark Conservation Fund —Protecting shark and ray species which are critical to the health of our oceans.
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Earth — a new song by comedian and rapper David Andrew Burd better known as Lil Dicky was released today. It has been released as a build up to Earth Day that takes place on 22 April. There is also a website that gives more information about this initiative. Additionally, proceeds from this song, video and merchandise will go towards nonprofit organisations and finding solutions to climate change. This collaboration hopes to raise awareness around saving the Earth and encourage more people to take action against climate change. Lil Dicky hopes that the combined forces of all the featured artists will educate more people and this song will become an anthem for a very important cause. Disclaimer: From this point on, the article contains spoilers for those who haven't watched Lil Dicky's new single, Earth. It's a catchy tune and has the potential to become an anthem.
Earth is a new single by comedian rapper Lil Dicky that talks about climate change.
It was released on April 19, , three days before Earth Day. On April 19, , Dicky took to Twitter to announce the release of a new song the following week. On April 17, Dicky released a preview of the video that was released the following day. In a Pitchfork review, Jeremy D.
Lil Dicky also launched a website to give fans more information about climate change and ways to help. Tell me the backstory of this song and video. What sparked the idea? It started with me just wanting to make a song about animals. I knew what we were doing on Earth, vaguely, was harming the environment. I looked into it and was blown away. Tell me about getting these guest stars. Who were the first people you signed up?