According to NASA,

The effects of human-caused global warming are happening now, are irreversible on the timescale of people alive today, and will worsen in the decades to come.

Metanoic Echos: sounds that provoke spiritual growth. Sound (or even noise) that invites us to turn away from (or at least mitigate) wasteful, exploitative, and destructive behavior that negatively impacts our environment, our neighbors and ultimately ourselves.
The installation ran from 22 April -- 2 May 2022, weekdays, from 9am to 4pm at Duquesne University's Gumberg Library. It was free and open to the public.
The purpose of the installation was to bring awareness to the current climate crisis that we all face. It did this through an interactive sound and video design that incorporates the autonomous electrical signals of four living plants.

Metanoic Echos provoked visitors to interact with the ambient bioelectric soundscape, by inviting people to trigger sounds from the human world which distort, puncture and deform four superimposed layers of natural sound.

There was also a roundtable discussion on the topic of climate change at the Gumberg Library's 5th floor Flex Space at noon on 22 April 2022 (Earth Day). This was be recorded and posted on this web site. Participants included: Dr. Paul Miller (music), Dr. Pinar Geylani (economics), Fr. James Okoye (theology), and Dr. John Stolz (biology). The rountable wasmoderated by Dr. Jeffrey McCurry (philosophy).

You can view the installation on this web site, where you can find numerous images, videos, and reactions.
This installation was the fruit of three people's collaboration. You can read short bios of Paul Miller, Christopher Cox and Brian Riordan by clicking here.