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FEATURE-Scientists jam with musicians, artists to stir public passion for nature
by Megan Rowling
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5 September 2017
On 5 September 2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Swedish soprano saxophonist and composer Anders Paulsson believes that music can build bridges between people -- from children to a former U.N. secretary-general -- and inspire them to care for the planet and its natural resources. After working as a volunteer diver counting invertebrates on Danjugan, a once-endangered coral reef in the Philippines, he co-founded an organisation called Coral Guardians. It organises events combining science and music, where individuals meet to discuss the threats to coral reefs and ways to protect them.
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