Flume Releases Music For Greenpeace’s Campaign To Save The Great Barrier Reef

Watch the video and help save world's largest coral reef system.

Australian native Flume has teamed up with environmental protection organization Greenpeace for a new video showing the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef off the coast of Queensland.

The renowned producer soundtracked the clip with previously unreleased material to grow people’s awareness of consequences of climate changes on the Reef, and to show how important it is to preserve it.


Enjoy these previously unreleased sounds in collaboration with Greenpeace Australia Pacific,” Flume writes about the video, “This is important!“. According to Greenpeace, this collaboration “reminds us what’s at stake and why it’s so important that we get as many people as possible to join the fight to stop the expansion of the fossil fuel industry. We are the last line of defense. And we can work together to stand up against big polluters and hold our governments to account.

The natural treasure has been deeply affected by rising water temperatures. This means it is not only losing its bright colors, but also millions of sea creatures who rely on the reef for shelter and food are losing their habitat and ecosystem.

The Reef may never recover to its past glory, but we can take action now to protect it from disappearing completely. Visit Greenpeace web page to help change the world!


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