'Earth Can You Hear Us?'

Our global climate festival ArtCop21 and renewable energy company Good Energy came together for a very special evening of events

On the first day of COP21, Monday 30th November, ArtCop21 partnered with 100% renewable firm Good Energy, to bring a live and loud array of performances calling for major climate action to St. Pancras International Station.

'Earth Can You Hear Us?' filled the station's Grand Terrace with music, poetry and talks, as hundreds of UK delegates boarded the trains bound for Paris to participate in the most crucial United Nations summit in history.

The event was hosted by BBC Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney, and starred UN Climate Poet Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner and internationally acclaimed beatboxer Shlomo

David Buckland, Director of Cape Farewell and Juliet Davenport, founder of Good Energy, gave rousing speeches. 

There was also a very special surprise flash mob of choirs from around London who joined together to surprise the thousands of passing commuters. 

Videos of all the performances and speeches can be found on Youtube.