The Stubborn Optimist's Playlist Vol. 3
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Welcome to Volume 3 of The Stubborn Optimist’s Playlist!   Every week on the podcast we feature a musical artist who is thoughtful about the role of art and artists in the climate crisis and this week, we bring you a collection of those artists in playlist form as an extended listening experience.   Enjoy the music!   ___ The Stubborn Optimist’s Playlist Vol. 3:   (1:28) Aaron Frazer - Bad News Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Spotify   (5:17) Alfred Nomad - Speaking   (6:10) Alfred Nomad - Justice Spotify | Bandcamp | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook   (8:50) Mel Chante - Air Spotify | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Youtube   (11:56) Asher Monroe - Speaking   (12:35) Asher Monroe - Midnight Masquerade Spotify | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Website   (15:53) Milky Chance - We Didn’t Make It To The Moon Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube   (19:20) Guster - Satellite Spotify | Apple Music | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Website   (23:52) Marie Spaemann - Circles Instagram | Facebook | Website | YouTube   (29:42) Vivii - Speaking   (31:11) Vivii - One Day Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Soundcloud   (35:03) Eliza Shaddad - Blossom Our musical guest this week is Eliza Shaddad! Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube   (38:15) Easy Wanderlings - Dream To Keep Us Going Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Website   —   Christiana + Tom’s book ‘The Future We Choose’ is available now!   —   Keep up with Christiana Figueres here: Instagram | Twitter   —   Tom Rivett-Carnac: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn   —   Paul Dickinson is on LinkedIn! LinkedIn   —   Follow @GlobalOptimism on social media and send us a message! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn Don't forget to hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss another episode of Outrage + Optimism!
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