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Introducing myself and my journal: Sustainability in the Music Industry

About Me:
I've been busy trying to figure out how to successfully blend this passion I have for sustainability with my love of playing music.
Things evolve, as things do, and now GreenDuhks, which was once the heading under which my band, the Duhks, acted in an environmentally friendly way, is turning outwards.
It is becoming a resource for smart, talented independent people who want to be a part of the revolution of the music industry.
I'd love it if you'd check it out and let me know of any ideas you might get, or offer up any constructive criticism.

All the best,


My Passions:
Yoga, Healthy cuisine, Sustainability as a whole, Earth Sheltered, Cobb and Straw Bale houses, Permaculture, Art - specifically the Arts & Crafts movement, Art Deco and Art Nouveau...

My Challenges:
my schedule...staying balanced

My Vision for the Future:
Living in a beautiful and sustainable way, giving workshops, lessons and concerts, practicing yoga.

My Areas of Expertise:
Music, and a fascination with the music industry, sustainability and health.


jadefrank's picture

Welcome to PulseWire!

Hi Tania Elizabeth,

We are so happy that you've found our community, joined and begun to share with us your passions and interests. I must confess that I'm a fan of the Duhks... I saw your band up in Fairbanks, Alaska some years ago and it was a great show!

I love the concept of Green Duhks and admire your commitment for promoting sustainability through music. I hope that you can share more through your journal on PulseWire, about sustainable lifestyles and what musicians like yourself are doing to promote social change.

Please also join our newly formed group, Earth: Transforming Energy, a forum for those who believe the health of our planet is inseparable from our physical health and our health as a society. The theme for the next issue of World Pulse Magazine (to be released in early 2010) is “Earth: Transforming Energy.” This issue will be broadly focused on environmental and sustainability issues, so we're eager to hear your thoughts and efforts.

I hope you'll connect with other women on PulseWire who are dedicated to sustainability and social change. Here are a few:

Nancy Santullo (Peru)
Founder /Executive Director, House of the Children

Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie (Cameroon)
CEO, Society for Women Empowerment Education and Training (SWEET) Africa Foundation

Xiu Min Li (USA)
China Program Co-Director, Pacific Environment

We look forward to hearing more of your voice!

Warm regards,

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