Co-Written by Jessica Jane Robinson and Aaron Ableman
Original Music by Aaron Ableman
Co-produced by Jermaine Hamilton and Aaron Ableman
Music Engineer, Jermaine Hamilton
Recorded in Studio Circle Recordings
Director of Photography and Editing, Andre Champagne
Special Effects by Avril Jensen and Cassandra Smolcic
Animation by Avril Jensen
Family Models, Karin Kim Jensen, Sven Jensen, Avril Jensen, and Anika Jensen
To learn more superhero Resilience, check out her graphic novel series:
Check out Aaron Ableman’s book of love letters to his daughter:
In honor of Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary, Resilience Birthright CEO and Founder, Jessica Jane Robinson, and Aaron Ableman teamed up again for their second song together. With an amazingly talented team, they all put their love into a full expression for the world through this song.
Resilience Birthright Inc is dedicated to helping address climate change and the trashing of the planet. As a response to the climate emergency, Jessica Jane Robinson released her carbon calculator to the public.
RESILIENCE BIRTHRIGHT INC
EARTH WARRIOR CARBON CALCULATOR
Create your free account and start tracking your sustainable actions and carbon reduction today!
The Earth Warrior Carbon Calculator is a zero waste 101 tool that helps address climate change and guides people toward the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Here are some facts about the planet we call home with tips on how you help combat climate change and make a difference in the world.
Fact: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its Fifth Assessment on climate change in 2014, with the conclusion, “climate change is real and human activities are the main cause.” – United Nations: Climate Change
Solution: There are small everyday choices you can make that can help you reduce your carbon footprint and you can track your results on the Resilience Birthright: Earth Warrior Carbon Calculator.
Fact: 1. The Amazon was set on fire in 2019 for farming and cattle grazing. – theatlantic.com
2. The Amazon controls 20% of the planet’s climate and oxygen.- By Jessie Yeung and Abel Alvarado, CNN
Solution: Just by choosing to eat vegetarian or vegan one month out of the year, one day of the week, or one meal a day can make a huge difference over time. You don’t have to be a vegetarian or a vegan to help reduce the impacts the meat market has on the planet.
Fact: 1. The US consumes a majority of the world’s natural resources. – University of Michigan
2. The US throws away a majority of the world’s waste. – The Guardian
3. The US is the second-largest emissions emitter in the world. – Priceonomics
Solution: You can make a difference every day by practicing the 6 R’s whenever you can: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair, and (Rot) Compost.
• Refuse items you do not need, Reduce overconsumption
• Reuse as much as you can and avoid single-use disposable items
• Recycle whenever you can
• Repair items instead of replacing them when possible
• Rot: compost your food scraps.
Fact: 1. It’s projected by 2050; there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean – ReThink Disposable
2. Whales carry over 33 tons of C02 on its body and average a whale’s contribution is equivalent to over 27,000 Sequoia trees. – UN Environment Programme
3. The US consumes 500 million (disposable) straws a day that could circle the planet more than 2.5 times- ReThink Disposable
Solution: You can help heal our oceans by picking up litter and refusing single-use plastic items, such as utensils and straws, for example.
Fact: If the US reused (instead of consumed) 500 million straws a day, that would be 509 carbon metric tons avoided, which is equivalent to 500 cars removed off the road a day and 182,500 cars removed over a year. -Resilience Birthright Earth Warrior Carbon Calculator
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