Music Leaders Launch Climate Pact

“A group of leading music companies have signed a wide-ranging commitment to ‘decarbonise’ the global music business in alignment with the latest climate science. Initiated by the UK’s Association of Independent Music (AIM) in collaboration with UK record labels association the BPI, the founding Signatories of the ‘Music Climate Pact’ span numerous areas of the music business and

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First recording studio dedicated to carbon capture launched in Gloucestershire

The world’s first music studio dedicated to carbon capture has opened at Cotehay Farm, Brockhampton, Gloucestershire. Named ‘Migration Studios’, the professional, independent recording studio will channel 100 per cent of booking proceeds into the new environmental arts charity, Platform Earth, to fund UK-based carbon capture projects to tackle climate change. Read more: www.punchline-gloucester.com/articles/aanews/first-recording-studio-dedicated-to-carbon-capture-launched-in-gloucestershire

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Scientists and musicians tackle climate change together

Audiences may travel long distances to see their favorite musical acts in concert or to attend large music festivals, which can add to their personal carbon footprint of emissions that are steadily warming the planet. But these same audiences, and the performers they follow, are often quite aware of the dangers of climate change and

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The music world on the aftermath of COP26

Figures from the world of music have spoken to NME about the positive and negative outcomes of the recent COP26 climate conference – as well as revealing what artists and fans can do to help. Read more: www.nme.com/news/music/music-world-react-cop-26-no-music-dead-planet-black-country-new-road-shikari-sea-power-fan-advice-3097528

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