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RtE August 2016 Newsletter

As Rock the Earth (RtE) continues to ride through the summer, we have much to report.  First, our summer and regional teams have continued their work educating and activating fans around the country. This year, we have some incredible artist partners, one of which is Trampled by Turtles who took a moment to talk with RtE about their environmental interests, which ties in with RtE’s exciting announcement that we have been awarded an International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) Community Solutions exchange program fellow, Pete Sesay, who will be working with RtE for the remainder of the year. Pete […]

RtE July 2016 Newsletter

Rock the Earth revisits the Planet Defender Award, which was awarded to Dianna Cohen, the co-founder of Plastic Pollution Coalition. Dianna has pioneered the way for showing the world how hazardous many plastic materials can be once exposed to the environment. Rock the Earth also takes a look at the fundamental steps for preserving the Roan Plateau, the devastating affects that Cruise pollution can cause, and the upcoming Arise Music Festival. We are also urging Colorado residents to take a look at Rock the Earth for volunteer and education resources. Our […]

RtE June 2016 Newsletter

It’s that time again, when Rock the Earth is educating and activating concertgoers around the country. Our summer team has been to Summer Camp and Bonnaroo, and has partnered with SophistafunkNathaniel Rateliff and Ray Lamontagne. Find highlights of our work at Bonnaroo below. Rock the Earth is excited to announce a new partnership with the Wild Horse Project. We give thanks to some amazing volunteers in this issue as well.  Finally, we found some innovative ways that groups around the country are working hard to recycle items to have second lives – learn about them in the Key of Green.