Everyone here at Live Earth has been thinking about the year that's passed since our concert events last summer. In the intervening time "green" has become part of the international conversation, and of course Al Gore and the IPCC shared the Nobel prize for their work on climate issues.
Live Earth set out to be different. The moment we started planning our concert events for July 7, 2007, the Live Earth Green Team aimed to bring them as close to the ideal of â€œzero net impactâ€ as we possibly could.Leave Us Your Comments
After opening the Live Earth concert series in Sydney via live satellite feed, Al Gore launched Live Earth Tokyo this morning in a high-tech, virtual way -- as a hologram.
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LiveEarth.org now has information and climate crisis solutions available in languages of each of the countries hosting concerts on 07.07.07.LiveEarth.org now has information and climate crisis solutions available in languages of each of the countries hosting concerts on 07.07.07. Don't think that we're forgetting about our friends in Australia and the UK.
In response to numerous requests for information and interviews about the greening of Live Earth across the globe, John Rego and David Pascal dialed in to the enviro-bloggger community to discuss what Live Earth is doing to implement green event guidelines and policies.
There are simple and effective ways to travel more sustainably to Live Earth. Why not put your best foot forward and walk or cycle? Or you could take public transport and catch a coach, train, the tube or a local bus. If you absolutely have to drive, be an eco-driver and use a fuel efficient car and travel with friends.
Our Giants Green Team (Andrea, Amy, Nancy & Ginny) recently went on a green site visit at Giants Stadium in New York. We met with the operations people, the promoters, caterers, the waste management teams & haulers -- you name it. We reviewed all aspects of how to design out waste to make Live Earth the most sustainably-produced event that has ever occurred at Giants.