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British Band Gomez Goes Green

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Gomez Goes GreenThe British rock band Gomez kicked off their US tour this week in Burlington, VT. They teamed up with Clif Bar’s Green Notes program to go super green.

This is not just biodiesel buses, people. It’s all that and more! We’re talking organic cotton t-shirts, 100% post-consumer recycled paper posters, and organic food backstage. Though local food might be a better option than organic, it all sounds, well, very green!

Treehugger, the ones who tipped us off to this post, also notes that the band will minimize idling the bus and stay at sustainable hotels as well as purchase energy credits.

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