A group of artists from around the world got together to create a song and video urging people to 'Love our planet'. Mahdah Urf (Earth song revival) was born. On the face of it there does not seem to be much new about something like this, but look a little closer and you begin to see the attraction of this song and video. Not only is it a truly global collaboration featuring artists from Jamaica, USA, China, Sweden, Switzerland, Barbados and beyond. It is also a reggae song. Yep, a Reggae song lead by Reggae artists is taking centre stage on the environmental issue.
Africa is on fire! Right now in Africa fires are blazing out of control. In Angola and DRC thousands of fires are burning out of control. The facts are that Brazil is only 3rd in the world over the last 48 hours in wildfires.
To: H. R. Haldeman From: Bill Safire July 18, 1969 IN EVENT OF MOON DISASTER: Fate has ordained that the men who went to the moon to explore...
There is no doubt that the biggest issue affecting us all is climate change and the environment. Let's face it, without a planet what difference do all the other issues make? Almost every week we are looking at some type of environmental disaster happening around the world. Things are getting to the stage where we cannot afford to ignore it anymore, yet still, most people continue to ignore it bubbled in their 'I'm alright Jack' attitude or it being over there, and not over here. Many people do not quite get the concept of an ecosystem delicately balanced, and what happens 'over there' will eventually effect 'over here'.
Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Mark Anthony Myrie prominently known as Buju Banton will bring his arena busting "Long Walk to Freedom" tour to the global stage as part of the Danger Zone Border Splash Benefit Concert Series
Eco-friendly and High Fashion do not usually go together. Eco-friendly and sexy rarely go together unless you are talking about going completely nude, and let's face it, not many people are that sexy when completely nude. It is often the clothes however much or how little we wear and how we wear them that defines that tag sexy on a person. That or their internal vibe extending outwards and being felt by others. Enter Agnes Szepligeti of Luxuria a Hungarian designer who is turning that all on its head with her eco-friendly high fashion designs. Agnes Szepligeti showcased her amazing designs at the Shlepp Entertainment G Salvatore Fashion showcase in Wales and completely blew the audience away with her designs.