- What is biodiversity and why is it worth singing about?
- Process of merging words and melody into song to motivate activism and inspire positive change.
- Helping Heal the planet one song at a time
Joyce J. Rouse, is an environmental entertainer and motivational speaker who uses song and humor to teach concepts like ecospirituality, sustainable living, biodiversity and SRI
(socially responsible investing).
Her programs are highly inspirational, giving Cultural Creatives new information and new commitment to preserving our beloved Earth.
Joyce is dedicated to encouraging people to look honestly and realistically at the scale of environmental damage on our planet, then to do something to reverse the devastation.
She reminds audiences of the importance of having a good attitude about a change to sustainability, then presses the PLAY button and calls us all to Sing The Change!
Even the most gruesome tasks are easier if we approach them with humor, and whistle or sing while we work.
Her concerts and presentations do just that. Many years of Helping Heal The Planet One Song At A Time with vastly diverse audiences have made Joyce a pro at touching the heart and funny bone of any audience.
Her presentations are high-energy, high-content and highly entertaining. Thousands of people singing along.
Uses non-traditional teaching methods to reach those who might otherwise miss vital concepts of ecology and sustainability. The theme of the concert is Love and Respect for the Earth and its fragile systems.
Joyce Rouse’s been singing and writing with a Masters of Arts in Earth Literacy and extensive music and theatrical training, she has traveled the country for many years, spreading the concepts of Earth connection and sustainability.
Her motto is Helping Heal the Planet One Song At A Time.
Her success has continued to grow with each album, motivating listeners to take action to preserve and protect our amazing planet.
Her music is heard in over eighty countries on syndicated public radio programs, like My Green Earth, Every Living Thing, and Environmental Directions.
With over 90 writer credits on recordings to her name, Joyce’s songs have been recorded by pop and country music artists, featured in movies and ads, and used as theme songs for a number of events including national celebrations.
Joyce’s original music has been used extensively by educators and by international and environmental and peace organizations, such as the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, UNESCO, and Earth Charter.