Greening the 4th of July sounds a little impossible doesn't it? And sort of un-fun. So in a departure from our usual "What's Greener?" format here on the Live Earth Blog, we'd like you to tell us about your independence - or your dependence!
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.
What’s Greener: Gas or Charcoal? Nothing says summer like a barbeque! Relaxing outdoors, sipping cool drinks, lounging by a pool or lake, all while enjoying the wafting smell of dinner on the grill. There are multiple arguments regarding the difference in
On Thursday, July 17th, former Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore outlined his bold vision for the future of America’s energy needs at D.A.R. Constitution Hall. The speech offered a new way of thinking about our energy production and consumption and a new sense of what is possible when we choose to work together.
7.7.07 was not only a big bay for us, it was the official starting day of Sweden’s Friends of Old Trees (FOOT). The main purpose of FOOT is to improve the ecological footprints of the artists, while influencing their fans to do the same.