Listen(n) explores remote embodied experiences of natural environments through sound. It focuses on community awareness, and sustainability, studying how rich digital media environments can be used to broaden discussion about the value of precious, yet fragile ecosystems and creating experiences of being present in such environments. It explores how virtual ecological engagement through sound can nurture environmental awareness and community agency. The prototype currently in development integrates a clear accessibility strategy to provide open access to the experience of pristine natural environments, including for the elderly and people with disabilities. The planned model consists of a dynamic website, two mobile phone apps permitting direct community input and embodied remote walking experiences and a unique 360 degree virtual reality experience. This PlaceStories project features examples from the initial development and relevant creative work from our research team.