Anly on Music + Climate

  Liner Notes

Back when an album was something that could be held in your hands, the story behind the music was printed on a paper insert called “liner notes.” It was one of the few glimpses a fan would get into the sometimes messy process of making the perfect album.  In this section, we roll back the curtain on climate activism and entertainment and hear directly from the individuals who are influencing the culture in profound ways.

Eco-Anxiety: Another Co-Opted Struggle

Liner Notes / Tori Tsui

I don’t know how many times I’ve heard the term eco-anxiety over the last few years. And there’s a part of me that has realised that the term centres the mental health of white...

More Powerful Than Oil Executives

Liner Notes / Naina Agrawal-Hardin

My family’s roots span multiple continents, yet our places of origin are more connected than they might appear. East Tennessee and Northern Bihar are both rural, poor, and uniquely vulnerable to the climate crisis....

Do Climate Activists Need to Be Perfect?

Liner Notes / Isabelle Axelsson

I often see people on social media who question the right of climate activists to be advocating for the climate. They ask how sustainable our lifestyles are, and how we dare tell others...

The Best Medicine

Liner Notes / Rollie Williams

Have you ever noticed how time slows down in those few seconds before you’re accosted by a guy with a clipboard outside of a Whole Foods? You try to avoid eye contact, but...

Love and Respect in the Sahel

Liner Notes / Fousseny Traoré

[Editor’s note:  One of the joys of being part of a global movement is meeting people from all regions of the world who are working toward a common goal.  We...

NFTs and Crypto Art: The Sky is not Falling

Liner Notes / Sterling Crispin

Editor's Note: For the past couple months, NFT's, or non-fungible tokens, have been a hot topic. Like everyone else, we've been wondering what's the deal. While they seem to be an exciting...

Tibet's Climate Crisis

Liner Notes / Pema Kunsal

Being an activist was never a choice. In a way, it felt more of a personal obligation to utilize my voice in surfacing social issues of any kind, whether it...