140,000

Our goal to find 140,000 environmental love songs, media, art, theater and dance productions that inspire ecological actions, help save our sweet but gasping planet Earth from abrupt climate change and other ecological threats. Musicians, artists and fans worldwide are invited to help us win this game for all the life that loves to live.

Fans can help by sponsoring us to write an environmental song about an issue of their choice or sponsor a song, art or other media we are working on. If you sponsor one of Stele's (my) songs, you will get a copyright co-ownership certificate in your or a friend's name.

Songwriters are invited to add their songs to the Open Mic or any other post.

140,000 was chosen as it is the approximate number of endangered species.

For all the life, Stele Ely.
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Set The Water People Free

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[To play MP3 click on title.]Play> *SetTheWaterPeopleFree.mp3*

The song “Set The Water People Free” honors all of those who are helping protect the whales. Especially those who are on the open seas such as the Sea Shepherd crew. The Sea Shepherd pirates have put their lives at risk to save hundreds   [more]

Wicked Tooth

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[To play MP3 click on title.]

Play> *Wicked Tooth Narwhal .im* mp3.

The ivory tusk coming out of the head of the narwhal comes from a front tooth. That makes it kind of a cool wicked tooth. I think   [more]

1000 Whales

[To play MP3 click on title.]Play> *1000 Whales* mp3

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I got a story to tell.

Consider donating a few quarters to support this song and to keep Stele writing other environmental songs. Your tips will help get this song properly recorded and performed by touring musicians who can get   [more]

Acid Test

The Acidification of the Oceans need a song (every month) – so listen to your heart and let’s start writing.

Earth’s atmosphere isn’t the only victim of burning fossil fuels. About a quarter of all carbon dioxide emissions are absorbed by the earth’s oceans, where they’re having an impact that’s just starting to   [more]