Five-hour TV programme on 4 June 1989, relayed to 100 countries, intended to create awareness of environmental problems and to urge global cooperation. The programme was produced by Hal Uplinger and directed by Tony Verna. Broadcast live from Avery Fisher Hall in New York (USA), with material from the Soviet Union, England, Australia, Poland, Norway and Brazil, the program mixed musical performances with pro-environmental statements, a format similar to Live Aid. However, unlike Live Aid, it was less a live concert and more a staged event. The audience was largely an invited one, and many of the performances were on tape. Participating artists were Sting, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Diana Ross, Joni Mitchell, R.E.M. and Kenny Loggins.

During this programme, the music video for Spirit Of The Forest, featuring Kate, was also shown.