Ice Tears by Ecopella




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Published on Aug 14, 2013

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Words: Cath Laudine, Music: Miguel Heatwole, 2005,
As the tundra thaws it releases methane, a very powerful greenhouse gas, which further contributes to climate change by exponentially increasing the rate of global warming. We should be 'listening and taking heed.'
Video: Patrick Harte 2013 Using footage from 'The White Planet' [which I thoroughly recommend] and BBC news to illustrate Ecopella's song.
Water dripping in the silence, Ice melting in the quiet white.
No one to hear the sound of ice melting.
Earth becoming warmer, 'Though pollution blocks the sun.

Listening for the sound of ice tears falling, Listening and taking heed, Listening to the need.

Methane extinguished nearly all life, two hundred and fifty years ago.
Loosed from its crystal cage, by ice melting.
Frozen Arctic tundra Still retains this deadly threat.

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