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Edwina Floch on the power of music to care for the environment & Bonus song cover
Edwina Floch on the power of music to care for the environment & Bonus song cover
Pacific Toks

Edwina Floch on the power of music to care for the environment & Bonus song

Edwina Floch on the power of music to care for the environment & Bonus song

48min |08/06/2022
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Edwina Floch on the power of music to care for the environment & Bonus song cover
Edwina Floch on the power of music to care for the environment & Bonus song cover
Pacific Toks

Edwina Floch on the power of music to care for the environment & Bonus song

Edwina Floch on the power of music to care for the environment & Bonus song

48min |08/06/2022
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Ia Ora Na everyone and welcome to this new episode of Pacific Toks season 2 . I’m your host Philipe and in this podcast I engage in active conversations with my guests to talk about global challenges through a Pacific perspective. 

Today I’m very excited to share with you a special episode. Today we’re talking and sharing music. For this episode I went to have an open conversation with Edwina Floch, a social entrepreneur, activist and the founder of the Environmental Music Prize . Edwina is from Australia and has dedicated her career to promoting and bringing to our attention all the musical creativity that cares for our planet and our future.

And as a bonus, at the end of this episode you’ll be able to listen to one of the song that made it to the finalist: Ta’u Tama, a song written by Vaiteani, a band from my home island, Tahiti.

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Ia Ora Na everyone and welcome to this new episode of Pacific Toks season 2 . I’m your host Philipe and in this podcast I engage in active conversations with my guests to talk about global challenges through a Pacific perspective. 

Today I’m very excited to share with you a special episode. Today we’re talking and sharing music. For this episode I went to have an open conversation with Edwina Floch, a social entrepreneur, activist and the founder of the Environmental Music Prize . Edwina is from Australia and has dedicated her career to promoting and bringing to our attention all the musical creativity that cares for our planet and our future.

And as a bonus, at the end of this episode you’ll be able to listen to one of the song that made it to the finalist: Ta’u Tama, a song written by Vaiteani, a band from my home island, Tahiti.

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Ia Ora Na everyone and welcome to this new episode of Pacific Toks season 2 . I’m your host Philipe and in this podcast I engage in active conversations with my guests to talk about global challenges through a Pacific perspective. 

Today I’m very excited to share with you a special episode. Today we’re talking and sharing music. For this episode I went to have an open conversation with Edwina Floch, a social entrepreneur, activist and the founder of the Environmental Music Prize . Edwina is from Australia and has dedicated her career to promoting and bringing to our attention all the musical creativity that cares for our planet and our future.

And as a bonus, at the end of this episode you’ll be able to listen to one of the song that made it to the finalist: Ta’u Tama, a song written by Vaiteani, a band from my home island, Tahiti.

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Ia Ora Na everyone and welcome to this new episode of Pacific Toks season 2 . I’m your host Philipe and in this podcast I engage in active conversations with my guests to talk about global challenges through a Pacific perspective. 

Today I’m very excited to share with you a special episode. Today we’re talking and sharing music. For this episode I went to have an open conversation with Edwina Floch, a social entrepreneur, activist and the founder of the Environmental Music Prize . Edwina is from Australia and has dedicated her career to promoting and bringing to our attention all the musical creativity that cares for our planet and our future.

And as a bonus, at the end of this episode you’ll be able to listen to one of the song that made it to the finalist: Ta’u Tama, a song written by Vaiteani, a band from my home island, Tahiti.

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