Billie Eilish has plans to make her upcoming world tour, “as green as possible.”
Billie Eilish’s plans for an eco village at upcoming tour, campaign to protect a sequoia forest, the latest with the climate strike and can trees curb climate change in Africa? We hope you enjoy this week’s Stoked on Sustainability; a weekly roundup of good news from our community.
Ms. Eilish told Jimmy Fallon, “So there’s no plastic straws allowed, the fans are going to bring their own water bottles, there’s going to be recycle cans everywhere, because it’s like, if something’s recyclable, it doesn’t matter unless there’s a recycle bin.” Read more
A San Francisco conservation group has kicked off a public fundraising campaign to buy and protect the world’s largest remaining privately owned giant sequoia forest. It just needs $15 million. Read More
A plastic composite made partly from waste coffee grounds is a tough but environmentally friendly material for 3D printing, according to new Washington State University research. Read more
Six million people have taken to the streets over the past week, uniting across timezones, cultures and generations to demand urgent action on the escalating ecological emergency. Read more
The Great Green Wall project, spearheaded by the African Union and funded by the World Bank, the European Union and the United Nations, was launched in 2007 to halt the expansion of the Sahara by planting a barrier of trees running 4,815 miles along its southern edge. Read more