Mr. Eco & Lil Nico: Rapping & Singing about Sustainability

“From the mouths of babes…” and those that guide and teach them…amazing things are possible! …Take a few minutes today – grab the kids in your life – and watch this wonderful new video, Litterbug, by our friend and favorite rap super hero, Mr. Eco. As always, Mr. Eco has a little help telling his story from his nephew Lil Nico. We also get to meet some very talented elementary school kids and Mr. Eco’s hip-hop dance crew, the Sidewalk Kids!

Mr. Eco believes that monumental changes begin with the youngest members of society. At ClimateMama we are with Mr. Eco 100%! We strongly believe that with a little guidance and help, we can not only teach our children, but we can also empower them to create amazing and powerful positive change in the world, even at a very young age.

Mr. Eco has combined his passions for sustainability, wildlife conservation and hip-hop to create an environmental rap superhero that uses music to empower children to become activists and EcoHeroes. Mr. Eco uses his blend of “edutainment” to teach our youth that their local actions impact ecosystems and wildlife globally.

We can all learn a few things from Mr. Eco….

Also, in case you missed Mr. Eco and Lil Nico’s video “Bottles are For Babies,” WATCH IT NOW..Not only will it really make you smile, but it also helps us clearly understand and see why single use plastic bottles are a “habit” we all have to kick…

It’s Do Something Wednesday…Let Mr. Eco help inspire you. Begin creating your family climate action plan today.. It can start with one small step or a giant leap..Let us know. We would love to share your ideas, your plans and your actions…!


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