Rocky Dawuni Takes Music Activism To The United Nations General Assembly In NYC

GRAMMY Nominated Reggae musician and humanitarian activist  Rocky Dawuni  is set to rock the UN General Assembly Week  in New York City with his blend of music and activism.

The Ghanaian born musician who is also a   UN Goodwill Ambassador for the Environment for Africa  is scheduled to participate in various high level events alongside world leaders and activists during the  UN Climate Week.

Dawuni will be highlighting the urgency for global action on climate and environment. He will be participating in a multitude of events including the   UN Climate Summit, the  Global Compact Forum  and the UNEP Champions Gala.

He will also be participating in the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF)  on September 28. His performance will wrap up a week of activities at the United Nations highlighting the urgent need to act on climate change.

GLF New York will be attended by 700 climate, Indigenous and youth leaders, environmental activists and musicians who will demarcate vital restoration strategies in preparation for the launch of the  U.N. Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021-2030).