Do hippie bands like Phish and the Grateful Dead do anything positive for the environment?



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    Phish is committed to making their concert tours more green; they use bio-diesel for their buses, eat organic, local food backstage and hold farmer’s markets at their concert venues, buy carbon offsets to make up for the fossil fuels they do use, creatively encourage recycling at concerts, have always had a “Green Crew” clean up after shows and recycle the trash, sell only sustainable merchandise, and allow environmental charities and social organizations to set up booths.

    A portion of Grateful Dead merchandise sales goes to several big-name environmental organizations like Greenpeace, and also have many innovative ideas to reduce emissions at concerts, including picking up fans in eco-friendly vehicles so they wont burn fossil fuels to get there. Most of the initiatives listed above for Phish also apply to the Dead.

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