Zero Carbon Roadie helps touring artists with their carbon footprints
Posted on: 12 février 2020, by : Stuart Dredge

A growing number of artists are making their views known in the debate about how best to tackle the climate emergency. One of the thorniest issues for our industry, however, is touring.
Ocean conservation organisation Project Zero has a new tool that might help. It’s called Zero Carbon Roadie, and it’s a ‘carbon calculator’ specifically for touring musicians. It’ll calculate the impact on the environment of their travel, haulage, power generation and other touring activities, and then (if desired) help them to offset that through the organisation’s Blue Carbon Fund.
(‘Blue carbon’ ecosystems include “mangroves, seagrass meadows and salt marshes”, which can store a lot of carbon, while also providing valuable habitats for wildlife).
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