Conservation Music movement joined forces with some of Zambia’s foremost artists (Theresa N’gambiJames SakalaMaureen LilandaPompi & Shaps Mutambo) to create a truly special song and music video entitled “Samalilani”, which is a prime example of what can be accomplished when people from all over the world put their heads together to create something meaningful.

On October 8, 2018, the United Nations released a summary of 6,000 global climate science reports, compiled by nearly 100 experts, each having undergone review by hundreds more scientists before publication.

This report has told us that if humankind’s way of life is not overhauled into sustainability in 11 years’ time, come 2030, we will face irreversible catastrophes of drought, floods, storms, disease, and subsequent migrations. These are likely to lead to increased human trafficking, exploitation, and abuse, among a host of other health and humanitarian issues. The music industry must act, as must every individual listening.

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  1. This is fantastic mwebantu! I have been crying for Zambian music that can shake the world. Here it is at last! This proves we can do it if we just focus. I am willing to put my money on this one! I love that guy with the kids in the blue jacket with his energy. Come on Zambia we can do it!!

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