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Karole Armitage’s New Dance Work Traces Steps for a Greener Path

Karole Armitage’s New Dance Work Traces Steps for a Greener Path | Towards A Sustainable Planet: Priorities | Scoop.it
The choreographer and Dr. Paul R. Ehrlich, a professor of biology, collaborated on this work about climate change, set to premiere March 25, at the American Museum of Natural History.
Susan Davis Cushing's insight:

It is oddly disquieting to think of the 20th-century's leggy punk-rock ballerina (then musician's Rhys Chatham's counterpart) as being an activist for climate change.


This article details that almost inevitable path towards environmental awareness so many of us are experiencing.


"For Dr. Ehrlich, collaborating with Ms. Armitage and the museum is a way to reach the public on a personal level. “One of the things that we’ve proven beyond a shadow of a doubt is that telling people what the science is doesn’t change their behavior,” Dr. Ehrlich said. “What we need is to change attitudes.”

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Susan Davis Cushing's curator insight, March 19, 2015 4:52 PM

It is oddly disquieting to think of the 20th-century's leggy punk-rock ballerina (then musician's Rhys Chatham's counterpart) as being an activist for climate change.


This article details that almost inevitable path towards environmental awareness so many of us are experiencing.


"For Dr. Ehrlich, collaborating with Ms. Armitage and the museum is a way to reach the public on a personal level. “One of the things that we’ve proven beyond a shadow of a doubt is that telling people what the science is doesn’t change their behavior,” Dr. Ehrlich said. “What we need is to change attitudes.”

Susan Davis Cushing's curator insight, March 19, 2015 4:58 PM

It is oddly disquieting to think of the 20th-century's leggy punk-rock ballerina (then musician's Rhys Chatham's counterpart) as being an activist for climate change.


This article details that almost inevitable path towards environmental awareness so many of us are experiencing.


"For Dr. Ehrlich, collaborating with Ms. Armitage and the museum is a way to reach the public on a personal level. “One of the things that we’ve proven beyond a shadow of a doubt is that telling people what the science is doesn’t change their behavior,” Dr. Ehrlich said. “What we need is to change attitudes.”

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Planet Positive - An International accreditation system

Planet Positive - An International accreditation system | Towards A Sustainable Planet: Priorities | Scoop.it

Planet Positive is an international accreditation mark for business, people and products committed to making a positive impact on the planet.


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