Sounds Like A Plan Fay and Greg

Across the music industry, companies are thinking about how they can reduce their impact on the environment, and thus contribute to tackling the climate emergency. Podcast ‘Sounds Like A Plan’ is one of the useful resources that can help with those efforts.

It is returning for a second season of interviews, with guests to include artist and producer Brian Eno (who founded the EarthPercent initiative); artist Charlotte Church; Lauren Sullivan of climate/music activism organisation Reverb; and dance music organisation Clean Scene’s Eilidh Mclauglin.

Hosted by music journalist Greg Cochrane and artist (and Music Declares Emergency co-founder) Fay Milton, the first episode of series two launched this week.

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