Two songs for the forests

In early June, Climate Choir members went to the forest in Kinglake. We sang two songs to support the campaign to stop logging, in a climate emergency. We sang in an area were native forest had recently destroyed by clearfelling.

We were joined by local campaigners, and two talented film-makers.

You can now watch the completed videos on our new Climate Choir Melbourne YouTube channel:

For the Trees

These have been made to be shared, so please send around far and wide! They are also available and shareable on our Facebook page.

Climate Choir Melbourne and Kinglake friends

Freshly added: Carols, and lots of links!

Looking for climate song ideas? Have a browse through our Links page for links to web pages, shared folders, and Facebook groups where Climate Action songs, chants and carols are shared by activists in Australia and around the globe.

We’ve also updated our Word Sheets page with Christmas Carols for festive season rallies! Plus the words for Fay White’s Compost Maker’s song, and for Su Hart’s Drastic Plastic.

Check our Facebook page or write to us – at – to join or support us.

Songs now online

We’ve uploaded lots of word-sheets, music sheets and some audio tracks.

Our Spring Rebellion wordsheet (on the Wordsheets page) has our current favourites, plus some new songs we’ve learnt at this week’s demonstrations. We have audio tracks for some new songs.

If you’d like to learn the Extinction Rebellion theme song, This is an Emergency, we’ve uploaded a wordsheet, the music notes, and audio for all parts – go to the wordsheets, music or audio pages.

See our Facebook page for our current activities – tonight, Thursday, the Combined Spring Rebellion Choirs will sing at the Spring Rebellion camp in the Carlton Gardens, from 6pm to 8pm.