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Bjork Stages Environmental Concert In Iceland

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I know two things about Iceland. First, Iceland is supposedly really green and Greenland is apparently really ice. And second, crazy-ass, super-cool singer Bjork grew up there. 

Now Bjork is getting back to her roots and staging a concert, along with a few other Icelandic musicians, on June 28th to raise awareness about environmental issues in the country. Bjork states in an interview on her blog that the group of musicians aren’t “nature experts” or politicians, but they do want to do more for the environment. 

Bjork’s said: “The 21st century is not going to be another oil century but rather a century where we need to recycle, think green and design both power plants and our surroundings in harmony with nature.”

Bjork joins a long line of musicians around the world who are all super excited about saving the world, including Willie Nelson, Radiohead, Bono and so, so many others. If you happen to live in Iceland check out Bjork’s concert and let us know how it is. It doesn’t seem very environmentally friendly for us to fly all the way to Iceland for one show. Sorry Bjork! 

via: greendaily.com

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