We live embedded in systems designed to turn our attentions away from the voices of the living Earth.
How are we going to be affected by the loss of nature’s song? And why should we preserve what’s left of the places on earth left untouched by noise pol- lution?
More than ever, the vitality of Earth depends, in part, on whether we turn our ears back to her to hear both the beauty and brokenness of the living world, and then to ACT!
ACT with conscious action, ACT to preserve our legacy, ACT to save more than just a memory.
From two different worlds, Mike Horn and Luciano are gathering forces to leave a heritage behind for future generations. Their mission: traveling to remote places to record the diversity in natural sounds on the path to extinction. From birdsong in the world’s lively rainforests, to whale call in the depths of oceans, habitat loss and species extinction all contribute to a sonic disappearance, cutting off little by little our vital connection to Earth.