When the North Pole Melts
Captain Sea Level
Facing abrupt climate change in the Arctic, a
major consumer-goods manufacturer considers three options to adapt to global
warming: reduce output, relocate factory to the south, or fundamental product
Captain Sea Level sang songs about sea level rise at various forums in coastal
states during the 1980s. The Captain and his friends at the Environmental Protection
Agency Chorus originally performed this environmental song at the Climate
Institute's First International Conference in Washington, D.C. just before
Christmas 1988. Shortly thereafter, the Captain bought a
windsurfer and was never heard again. For that, we can all be thankful. The
other singers continue to perform in the Washington area.
1988 by Captain Sea Level.
Click the picture of
Santa Clause to download and save an FM-radio quality (variable
256kbps) mp3 of about 8
meg. But note: Old software may not be able to read this "variable" format.
New England's Clean
Air Cool Planet organization has posted 4-meg (constant 128 kbps) and 11-meg
(constant 320 kbps) files, which will work on old and new software.
Captain Sea Level's Brother has posted a 2-meg
file with lower quality (56
kbps); Captain Sea Level authorizes all users of this site to email the
2-meg version for any not-for-profit purpose through 2015.
You can also download
for two guitars, or the sheet
music for the five voices on the recording
Brian Land interviews Captain Sea Level
Captain's Sea Level Rise Links
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