Kim Fry lives by the Atlantic ocean in Kjipuktuk/Halifax in Mi’kma’ki. She is a co-founder, board member and coordinator for Music Declares Emergency Canada. Kim spent over a decade as an activist and environmental educator/naturalist working for a number of Environmental Organizations after doing two degrees in Environmental Studies at York University. Kim has worked as a music manager and was the recipient of the national David Suzuki teaching award (environmental inquiry) and an Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario award for her environmental leadership. She has been coordinating the Canadian chapter of Music Declares Emergency Canada and organized the first ever Canadian Music Climate Summit. Over the last two years, Kim has become one of the go-to people in Canada for thinking about actions the music industry can take to address the climate and ecological crisis.