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5 Original Copenhagen Climate Conference Songs

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With the first week of the Copenhagen Climate Conference coming to an end, we thought we might explore the musical support this event has garnered from all around the world. Musicians of every kind have put down original songs expressing how they feel — and encouraging world leaders to come to an agreement on reducing carbon emissions. We dug up five original songs — from rapping kids to serious artists. Check them out below after the jump.

Jo Marie Dominiak : Living on the edge Cop15 climate change

Ida Corr & Simon Mathew – “Illusion” official WWF climate song



Copenhagen – The Rockdoctors



Cute Kids Rap For Our Climate



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