Music for the planet - 14 Oct 2011  
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Music for the planet.
A group of over 30 Aulacese (Vietnamese) musicians have joined to be part of the song "One World" to call for action in addressing climate change. Composed by rapper and 2011 ambassador for the campaign, Hà Okio, the song is performed by singers in Âu Lạc (Vietnam) including Tùng Dương, Hồ Ngọc Hà, Thảo Trang, Hà Anh Tuấn, and musician Dương Cầm.

The music video, made possible through the support of Early Risers Media Groups, Aulacese music channel YANTV, and environmental organization, is airing in mid-October on YANTV, and other television channels a week later.

We look forward to seeing this inspiring music video! May the lifting of voices in song bring many hearts together in greater care for one another and our planet.

Extra News
With support from the British Environment Agency, the installation of a special walkway on the River Cuckmere in East Sussex is completed on October 10, 2011, which is intended to help eels migrate more easily from the sea in an effort to save the drastically declining fish.

As reported by China’s CNTV on October 11, 2011, approximately 1.5 million hectares of rice paddy fields in Thailand, Âu Lạc (Vietnam), Cambodia, and Laos have been damaged or are at risk of failing due to recent flooding that is among the worst in years, with livelihoods and food prices likely to be affected.

On October 10, 2011, the government of Norway launches Energy+, a global plan offering low-interest loans in developing countries to help expand sustainable energy, energy efficient technologies, and low carbon development.