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Pop Music and Climate Change

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Pop Music and Climate ChangeTracks

Large festivals consume huge amounts of power and produce the same amount of rubbish as a small town. The situation is so alarming that the band Coldplay announced that they would no longer go on tour until there was a sustainable way of performing, and in the mean time, are experimenting with holograms. But is that also feasible for indie musicians? How can music go green?

Duration :

31 min

Available :

From 09/11/2021 to 30/10/2022

Genre :

Magazine Shows

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