Here we list projects and compositions that use sonification to draw attention to the rapid and threatening changes in our climate, plus some interesting texts on the topic. We look forward to receiving your comments and additions.
NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra: Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons“ revisited.
Icebergsongs – Scientists record iceberg’s “crying”, and artists made them into songs.
Climate Music: Combining climate science with the emotional power of music to drive meaningful action.
Jacob Kirkegaard: Isfald
Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota: The sound of climate change from the Amazon to the Arctic
Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota: A Song of Our Warming Planet
Climate Symphony is a creative lab that turns hard data on climate change into a symphony to tell the story of what climate change means through sound:
DJ Spooky’s Arctic Rhythms: National Geographic Live
George, S. S., Crawford, D., Reubold, T., & Giorgi, E. (2017). Making Climate Data Sing: Using Music-like Sonifications to Convey a Key Climate Record, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 98(1), 23-27. Retrieved Dec 19, 2022, from https://journals.ametsoc.org/view/journals/bams/98/1/bams-d-15-00223.1.xml