Launched in 20022 at COP 15 in Montreal
Crafted by Martyn Stewart for the COP15 in Montreal, the aim of this piece is to make sure Nature is not kept silenced once again. Partners include SIDLEE, The Listening Planet + Platoon.
Play the playlist that can’t be heard.
Sounds that will never be made by nature again.
Each play funds species preservation.
This playlist has been built to reflect the evolution of biodiversity over time. All sounds were recorded in the past 50 years. Listen to the difference between now and then. And make a difference by listening, as every play will generate revenue for species preservation.
COP 15 - Overview
Listen to Protect
THE PLAYLIST THAT CAN'T BE HEARD
(1974) Listen to that untouched Marsh
(1976) Nature is speaking
(1980) Pristine Mornings
(1983) Gone like the wildebeests of Tanzania
(1987) Soon the Elephants too
(1997) Hear the Glacier, we've broken something
(2000) That's the chainsaws on gibbon's land
(2003) Our highway in the Kalahari desert
(2005) Our clearing of the rainforest
(2008) Our plastic in the ocean
(2009) Thousands of Dolphins are dying
(2015) And all of the Panamanian frogs are gone now
(2018) Is Anyone Listening? a hurricane is brewing
(2019) Now listen to that untouched Marsh again
(Bonus Track) This is what extinction sounds like