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songs abt climate change playlist

songs abt climate change playlist

happy earth month custodians! it's time to get ya mind right to protect and revitalize our ol' girl earth; she's 8 billion years old! this playlist, mixed by @chelxatl and brought to you by @fortnegrita, includes 18+ dedicated "songs abt climate change" and after you listen, we want you to be motivated and committed to living more gently on the planet. the playlist will start off kinda sad, mad and depressive, but we will get to the nice and easy, optimistic parts toward the end, so hold on til the end for momma earth.  you can listen to "songs abt climate change" on spotify, apple...

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fort negrita's RONA bucket list

fort negrita's RONA bucket list

here's fort negrita eco-friendly coronavirus covid 19 bucketlist 

as we slowly chug through this time here’s a list of feel good things you can do.

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"you'll never be as important as the ocean"

"you'll never be as important as the ocean"

know that you will never be as important as the ocean, but we (humanity) are the runner up with the ways we contribute poorly to the hydrosphere, atmosphere, and terrestrial biosphere. 

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be a custodian of the earth (win a sticker)

be a custodian of the earth (win a sticker)

the opportunity to pledge has closed. take a pledge for the planet and receive a hologram CUSTODIAN OF THE EARTH sticker(while supplies last)artwork by Tia Haynes x Fort Negrita.The stickers were printed by Tower Press.

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ree to we

ree to we

i've been delayed on posting because i couldn't figure out a catchy first sentence. this is not the first time that i failed to show up because i didn't feel like something was good enough, and it likely won't be my last. for seven years, i have cultivated what i hoped to be a platform for increasing awareness around the nuisance relationship, where our everyday essential activities (driving to work, buying groceries, or turning on the air) are bound up in a system that drastically deteriorates the earth and consequently limits the earth's capacity to bounce back (resilience). i have done...

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