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Climate Fridays Season 3 has wrapped! Hosted by Triple J Roots ‘N All presenter Nkechi Anele, featuring live performances by Mama Kin, In Hearts Wake, William Crighton, Hachiku, Gretta Ray & more. Watch the recap videos below.

This year, we held weekly livestreams with awesome artist performances and environmental panel discussions with artists, First Nations guests and young climate activists. Created by Green Music Australia & School Strike 4 Climate, we're supporting the anti-fracking campaigns of First People’s led organisations Original Power and SEED Indigenous Youth Climate Network, as well as anti-fossil fuel organisation, Lock the Gate (click the links to learn more).
 

Watch the Season 3 recap of each week's livestream at the playlist below:

Season 2 was also a whirlwind, featuring artists Gretta Ray, Bobby Alu, Jen Cloher, Rachael Lia, Lisa Mitchell, Barkaa & Cub Sport. We had incredible guests from SEED Youth Indigenous Climate Coalition, including Tish King (SEED mob & AYCC Campaigner), Amelia Telford (SEED National Director, an Aboriginal and South Sea Islander woman from Bundjalung country) and Nick Milyari Fitzpatrick (a Yanyuwa man from Borroloola), as well as incredible student strikers from School Strike for Climate.

We also invited school-aged songwriters to submit their best original song about climate justice, for their chance to perform their song in a Climate Fridays showcase event and win $1,000 in prize money! The three winners (below) performed live during the Season 3 finale.

Listen to their songs here!

 

Lara Buchanan

Chloe Gill

Scarlett Graham

 

This initiative is proudly funded and supported by The Music Trust.

 


Climate Fridays Season 1

Season 1 of Climate Fridays was a huge success - check out the 6 performers below! First Nations guests included Neil Morris (DRMNGNOW), Delta Kay, Nickolla Clark and Warren Mason. The shows were facilitated by an amazing bunch of student strikers from across Australia. All live stream recordings are available to view on the SS4C Facebook page and you can view our Climate Fridays Season 1 Recap video below. Funds raised from the 6 week campaign were split 50/50 between Support Act and the Climate Fridays campaign.

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