LiveHOPE is the LiveAID & Woodstock of the 21st Century!

Call to Action to Restore the Climate & Environment by implementing the Earth Restoration Plan

The LiveHOPE Festival is the implementation of the Earth Restoration Plan (“Tree of Life Blueprint”) to restore the climate and our environment, while simultaneously ending global poverty in our lifetime.

From September 17 through 23, 2020, the LiveHOPE Festival and the Indigenous peoples will be cohosting a massive climate crisis and environment emergency concert taking place simultaneously in different countries. The indigenous people protect 80% of the planet’s biodiversity and are the key to restoring the climate and the environment.

More than 2 years in the planning, the LiveHOPE Festival is immediately launching a series of global actions in the execution of the Earth Restoration Plan, leading up to seven days massive global multi-city LiveAID styled event taking place from September 17 through 23, 2020. LiveHOPE is the LiveAID & Woodstock of the 21st Century.

The organizers of LiveHOPE are grassroots environmentalists, Indigenous peoples and social activists that emerged from the Standing Rock NODAPL global pipeline protest and the People’s Climate March. The people most disenfranchised and affected by poverty, the climate crisis, and environmental emergency are stepping up to organize LiveHOPE. The LiveHOPE Festival’s Earth Restoration Platform is being developed to restore the climate and our environment. We cannot hope for our political leaders to take action on these emergencies; we have to do it ourselves.

We are building the LiveHOPE Festival’s Earth Restoration Platform to be the world’s largest platform to restore the Earth and its climate. The Earth Restoration Platform is a collaborative app that rewards artists, musicians, celebrities, charities, NGOs, organizations, and billions of ordinary people to restore the Earth and its climate. People and organizations can do well by doing good. For example you can receive $50 for each tree you plant via the app.

The Indigenous Peoples worldwide are taking collective action to protect and to restore Mother Earth, including the forests, the freshwater, the wildlife, the oceans, the climate, and Indigenous peoples’ rights. 1,000 Indigenous Nations is expected to gather at Standing Rock for LiveHOPE to create their own Indigenous United Nations with an assembly building resembling the U.N. near NYC. Once fully formed, the Indigenous United Nations will represent 370 million Indigenous Peoples worldwide,  As an economic and political block, it will have a similar population as the Europen Union and the USA, but will be protecting 80% of the world’s biodiversity and forests. Indigenous people’s rights are the key to a livable planet.

Harrison Ford, the famous actor, and a Conservation International Board Member said at the 2019 UN Global Climate Action Summit, “Because the destruction of nature accounts for more global emissions than all the cars and trucks in the world. As long as the land of tribal people / indigenous peoples is allowed to be encroached upon… our climate goals will remain out of reach.”

Xiuhtezcatl Martinez from the Earth Guardians and the Children’s Trust says, “Climate change is the defining issue of our time. The actions those in power take and decisions they make today, will determine the kind of world future generations inherit.”

Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old student from Sweden, captured the attention of the world recently when she shamed climate change negotiators at a United Nations climate summit in Poland. “You are not mature enough to tell it like is,” she said at the COP24 summit.

The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything. – Albert Einstein