IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT THE ARCTIC – IT’S ABOUT YOU AND OUR WORLD
– Parvati, founder of Parvati.org
MAPS is a movement and a one day internationally broadcast concert to raise global awareness and support in declaring the area north of the Arctic Circle the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS).
The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary boldly addresses many key and pivotal climate crisis issues as one single, no cost, immediately realizable solution.
MAPS not only:
- Protects the fragile Arctic ecosystem, which is key to keeping our planet cool and helping prevent natural disasters such as forest fires, floods and droughts.
- Shelters our oceans and ocean life, which absorb a quarter of the world’s carbon and are essential for the future of humanity
- Safeguards the polar ice caps, which put the brakes on global warming through the albedo effect, by stopping through traffic
- Declares our global commitment to sustainable energies and our cessation of the use of fossil fuels by saying “no” to the unburnable oil resources in the Arctic.
- Unites world leaders in agreement that the needs of the collective are equal to the needs of the individual, no longer putting short-term gain ahead of long-term consequence.
- To create a global tipping point that sways world leaders through public demand to declare the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS)
- To gain the support of billions of viewers across a wide range of demographics through A-list musical performances and celebrity hosts
- To hold the concert in a natural environment that has the capacity for 50,000 attendees within one of London’s beautiful parks
- To broadcast the event live in Europe, North America and Asia and document the experience online to increase global support of MAPS
TO LEARN MORE
To learn more about MAPS, email [email protected].
This is a pivotal moment in human history where we must stand together to protect our world today for future generations.
Please stand with us. Thank you.
YOU GOTTA BELIEVE
“You Gotta Believe” was written on the day the twin towers fell in 2001, was performed by Parvati at Madison Square Gardens, and is an expression of Parvati’s heartfelt belief in the triumph of the human spirit in the face of adversity.
The footage in this video was shot as part of the northernmost musical performance ever, when Parvati travelled to the North Pole to raise awareness of the melting polar ice. Additional footage is from Resolute Bay, Nunavut.