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07.09.2022 Collective Conscience - Climate Crisis

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Episode

Collective Conscience , a session series by Nirvana Principle

The series takes its name from a theory by French sociologist Emile Durkheim.

It questions what makes us a moral society? What are the shared ideas, beliefs and attitudes which are the unifying
force within society.

The second episode is on the climate crisis. The current flooding and destruction in Pakistan is a case in point for the consequences humanity is facing as a result of its continuous damage of the environment throughout history. The narrative to accept and make changes to become more harmonious with nature has been a long one. We are at a crisis point- will you be the first in your community to bring the necessary change?

About Nirvana Principle
Nirvana Principle are a UK-based Pakistani psychiatrist, DJ and electronic musician. They are a recently inducted member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. They use creative experiences
and philanthropic projects to merge their dual passions for improving society and finding a place in the world.

Charity Links to help flood victims in Pakistan-

MATW Project- https://matwproject.org/
Edhi Foundation- https://edhiuk.org/

Tracklist

Bilal Brohi feat. Azalea Ray – Ballama
Marving Gaye – Mercy Me [The Ecology]
Nirvana Principle – Children of the soil feat. Zena Edwards
Red Hot Chill Peppers – Black Summer
Architects – Black Lungs
Grimes – Violence (Rezz remix)
Billie Eilish – All the good girls go to hell
Isaac Hayes – Fragile
Childish Gambino – Feels Like Summer
Mos Def – New World Water
Mutabaruka – Ecology Poem
Cassius/Pharrell – Eye Water
The Chosen Few – People Make the World Go Round
Yusuf Islam – Where do the children play?
Memphis Slim – Mother Earth

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