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Jack Johnson Has Eco Demands

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And boy would this blogger meet them! Erm, nevermind. So we all know that Jack Johnson is a mega environmental warrior who teams up with orgs like the Surfrider Foundation, puts on the greenest shows ever, and generally is the number one green musician alive. But it gets even better than that.

Jack’s got demands. Contractual ones, as a matter of fact. USA Today reports that Jack’s contracts stipulate that event organizers must compost and recycle at least 50% of the waste at his shows and buy carbon dioxide offsets to cover his shows’ energy use. Talk about star power!

He also likes to keep the fans involved. To do so, he started allatonce.org to get people going green–and to reward them with free downloads. Wouldn’t it be amazing if every musician went that far?

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