Taking Back Sunday turned up the volume while on stage at Live Earth, encouraging fans at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, to walk away ready to take some
Wheatwareâ€”a company committed to environmental issuesâ€”donated their signature compostable productsâ€”guitar picks, drum sticks and hangersâ€”to the Live Earth events to keep music biodegradable on stage and off. Reportedly, the company
Live Earth event coordinators stepped it up a notch and covered all the angles by asking The Surfrider Foundationâ€”a nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of our worldâ€™s
I want my MTV, but I want it “Green.” In conjunction with the support of Live Earth, MTV Networks launched a new initiative campaign of activities yesterday to raise awareness
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.
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