We Need To Go Green

Tickell, Alison
April 2009
Billboard;4/11/2009, Vol. 121 Issue 14, p4
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of protecting the environment in regard to the music trade. Particular attention is given to a study commissioned by Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute which examined the annual greenhouse gas emissions produced by the music industry in Great Britain.


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