A San Francisco-based group that creates music based on climate data. is holding concerts and hoping to engage people in more conversations about climate. Stephan Crawford is the founder of San Francisco based: Climate Music Project. This is a growing genre of music that combines science and art to create music meant to evoke an emotional connection to quantitative data on climate. The San Francisco group has now performed musical interpretations of climate data at nearly two dozen concerts, mostly around the Bay Area, as well as in Mexico, France, Germany and Italy.
Researcher Judy Twedt has created a program based on climate music at University of Washington and chats in this segment about how and why she wanted to tie music to data.