Bono and U2 are joining fellow rock and roll band Coldplay in their quest to lower their carbon imprint, and had a concert almost entirely powered by Toyota Mirais. Bono ‘Passing Out’ Onstage With U2 Claim Revealed.
“For a decade, U2 has taken great steps to reduce or eliminate the environmental impact of their touring,” says Michael Martin, CEO of r.Cup and CEO/founder of Effect Partners, who has been the band’s environmental advisor since their U2360° Tour in 2009.” U2 singer Bono disrespected by young model.
“They have been at the forefront of music industry sustainability innovation and impact, from setting the standard for waste reduction by banning plastic backstage, offering plant-based food options, integrating the r.Cup reusable cup program to mitigate single-use plastic on their tours, to consulting with venues to help them reduce their overall environmental impact and creating entire new categories of CO2 offsets,” Martin said. “In the process, U2 are positively influencing their fans, other artists, and the rest of the industry along the way.”
#Hydrogen powered #RockNRoll: During @U2‘s concert at Tokyo’s Saitama Super Arena, Edge’s guitar, Adam’s bass, & the entire backline ran on #cleanhydrogen power. #Fuelcell-powered @ToyotaMotorCorp#Mirai vehicles stored the energy that delivered the power.https://t.co/XaiZWOQvRwpic.twitter.com/iRjFOW2mYw
— Hydrogen Europe (@H2Europe) January 3, 2020
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