http://liveearth.org/en/home hosts concerts for the environment all over the world. Keep an eye out for their events. The last one they held can be read about here:
Jack Johnson’s annual Kokua Festival raises money for the non-profit he’s founded, the Kokua Foundation. The Foundation raises money to fund environmental education in Hawaii public schools (Johnson’s home state). The concert not only raises money, but brings together other eco-friendly and environmental groups and businesses to educate and share ideas. The music is awesome, as well. Jack performs every year, and in addition to him, past acts have included Willie Nelson, Ben Harper, Eddie Vedder, and Ziggy Marley.
To add to phillius’s answer, founded by Kevin Wall and Al Gore, Live Earth is a music event that promotes environmental awareness to combat climate change. Since 2007, more than 200 cities have hosted the event, including Melbourne, New York, Mexico City, Cape Town, Brussels, Chicago, and Tokyo. Melissa Etheridge, John Legend, Jack Johnson, Kelly Clarkson, and The Roots have all performed at various cities for the event.
Dave Matthews Band has played for Bama Works Fund to support environmental protection.
While Live Earth promotes awareness of climate change, etc., they serve meat at the venues, and meat production isn’t green or good for the environment.
Perhaps this doesn’t answer your question at all, but when some bands tour (Pearl Jam, Coldplay, and a few others) they try to offset the carbon footprint of their tour by doing things like donating money to the reforestation of some parts of the world.
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