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I was standing backstage a few minutes ago when Al Gore and Tipper showed up in three biodiesel-powered Mercedes. The Eagle has landed…. This one is for the ladies…
Nunatak, the British Antarctic Survey’s Rothera Research Station’s house band, rehearse yesterday in Antarcticaâ€”a region where the temperature has risen 3 degrees Celsius in the past 50 yearsâ€”for the day.
Five scientists from the indie rock band Nunatak played in Antarctica, appearing around the world today via live feed during their performance on a glacier with ice picks and all.
Just under an hour before Live Earth kicks off in the Meadowlands, in East Rutherford, New Jersey, the organizers met with the press to share a few pre-concert thoughts. Among
Apparently, no one wanted to be left out of Al Gore’s Live Earth international extravaganza this weekendâ€”even if it coincided with religious days of observance. Israel jumped onto the Live
Ecorazzi is on the scene and ready to start flooding the site with some behind the scenes goodness. Tom and I are currently in the enormous “press bubble”, while Rebecca
When a fair and balanced network like Fox ridicules the idea of the Live Earth concerts and says that the science behind climate change is “shaky”, one takes notice. Actually,