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Interview With Michael Nabert of Sustainability the Musical

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Michael Nabert has been an activist for over thirty years, and has yet to figure out a way to make a living at it, but enjoys a growing audience, personal satisfaction, and a local 2012 Environmentalist of the Year award. Invested in lifelong learning, he is constantly researching and developing new material, and seeking even more creative ways to share environmental messages as widely as possible. He's worked for Greenpeace, helped write his city's first Climate Change Charter, spoken at schools, public events and on the radio, and he sings, songwrites, illustrates, creates comics and memes, does live theatre, and more.

The world's first green documentary musical

Sustainability the Musical website: http://www.yourgreenfeat.com/Green_Feat/the_Musical.html

All peoples everywhere are dependent on only five things: the atmosphere, water, food, energy, and community, with other people as well as with biodiversity in thriving ecosystems. Sustainability is a series of documentary musicals about those five topics, as well as on the economics of sustainability, the psychological question: since we know what we need to do, why aren't we doing it?, sustainable transportation, and more. If you breathe, drink, eat, use energy, love, want, or contain a brain, it directly affects you. From somber undertones to high notes, it's what you need to know about what's shaping tomorrow. Learn six simple steps to dance from the world we live in into one with a future, and invest in life!

Green Feat originally presented sustainability the musical at the 2011 Hamilton fringe Festival, and it has since been performed at 350.org events, Hamilton's Open Streets festivals, Earth Day Hamilton, and a variety of other venues.

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