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Music Declares Emergency is a group of artists, music industry professionals and organisations that stand together to declare a climate and ecological emergency and call for an immediate governmental response to protect all life on Earth.

We believe in the power of music to promote the cultural change needed to create a better future.

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Join thousands of artists, businesses and individuals from the music industry in signing our declaration.

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No music on a dead planet campaign

Bringing together the music industry, artists, and fans across the world.

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The Artist Climate Media Training Programme

Music Declares is creating a new media training programme specifically tailored to support artists who wish to use their public platform to engage with the climate conversation.

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Go green with our info packs

Download our info pack to make your area of the music industry more sustainable, whether you’re a business, artist or fan.



Get involved in our music industry action week April 2024 - a time for the music industry to come together to speak out and take climate action

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Support our work with a one-off or regular donation.

Audience Survey

Audience Survey

Read the results of our research into music fans' opinions on sustainability.

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Classical Declares

Our dedicated group created by and focussed on the classical music world


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The merch challenge - how to show your fandom without wrecking the planet

One of the greatest challenges we face as an industry is the growth of merchandise.


Don't shoot the artist

The tragic death of Ana Clara Benevides from heat exhaustion at a Taylor Swift gig in Rio has been followed by a deluge of opinion pieces, posts, and comments from prominent figures in the climate movement.


Blinded by the lights? Are gigs still about the performance?

Live shows are increasingly dependent on visuals and special effects. Is performance being surpassed by the show and what does that mean for a sustainable live future?

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