May madness at Rock the Earth! As you likely know, RtE embarks on a national tour beginning at Summer Camp Music Festival, held annually on Memorial Day Weekend at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, Illinois. Our touring team travels the country educating and activating fans at concerts and festivals through early fall. Check out our Introduction to 2016 Summer Tour to see who we’ll be working with this year. Also, meet Carnel St. Louis, our 2016 Tour Coordinator and check out his green traveling tips in this month’s Key of Green. May also brought RtE important updates on Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant and our efforts to regulate Cruise Ship waste. As always, we thank our dedicated volunteers for all of their hard work!
Okay, so our van isn't as cool as this one... It’s that time of year again, when Rock the Earth embarks on a journey of epic proportions to educate and activate a nation’s worth of music fans! RtE will make many of our traditional stops at festivals like Summer Camp [...]
After complications arose with our previous 2016 tour coordinator, Rock the Earth is thrilled (and we mean thrilled) to announce that Carnel St. Louis has signed on to lead this summer’s national tour. Carnel is an alumnus of Rutgers University (Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior) and is interested in the [...]
Since 2006, Rock the Earth has been advocating for the cruise ship industry to clean up their act. As massive polluters of our oceans and the atmosphere, we found out first-hand the impact that cruise ships have through our work on Cloud 9’s Jam Cruise in 2006 and 2007. As [...]
Rock the Earth Regional Volunteer Coordinator (NYC) Kevin O’Donohue attended the Safe Energy Summit in Stony Point, NY, April 29 - May 1. At the summit were representatives from many different organizations sharing ideas and brainstorming on ways to close Indian Point Energy Center. Indian Point Energy Center is a [...]
By: Carnel St. Louis As the tour coordinator for Rock the Earth this summer, one of my concerns was figuring out a way of lessening the impact my crew and I would have while traveling on the road. Between driving, camping, attending festivals with thousands of people, and taking care [...]
Volunteer Jam provides an outlet to thank non-staff volunteers and supporters who have rocked it big time during the past month, and who have gone above and beyond in generous support of the Rock the Earth cause. We want to sincerely thank each of you for giving so generously of [...]