The music industry is back in full swing after the COVID-19 pandemic – but as music venues heat up, our planet is also warming up.
In this week’s episode of Sky News ClimateCast, presenters Anna Jones and Katerina Vitoci amplify the music. From concerts, festivals, concerts, tours and everything in between, they learn about the environmental footprint of the music industry – and what needs to change.
They are joined by Climate and Energy Policy Professor Carly McLachlan, who recently led a study commissioned by Massive Attack to examine the impact of the music business on carbon emissions.
In addition, Adam Gardner, founder of Reverb – who has worked with artists such as Harry Styles, Billy Isle and Maroon 5 – explains how we can reconcile the world of rock and roll with environmental behavior and help tackle the climate crisis.
Hosts: Anna Jones and Katerina Vitoci
Podcast Producer: Emma Ray Woodhouse
Interviews Producer: Tatiana Alderson
Guests: Carly McLachlan, Professor of Climate and Energy Policy at the Tyndall Center for Climate Change Research, and Adam Gardner, Guitarist and Vocalist and Co-Founder of Reverb
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