Update from Kentucky

Louisville is home to Yum! Brands, the parent company of Taco Bell, Long John Silvers, Pizza Hut, KFC and more. They are buying paper for packaging from Southern forests, and we can help to change that. Last week I had a great time visiting with the lovely folks in Louisville, Kentucky–home to Yum! Brands. Yum! […]

On the road in Louisville, KY–home to Yum! Brands

We visit Louisville, KY, home of fast food giant Yum! Brands, parent of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC and more… Trevon and I ventured out to Louisville to do outreach at the Forecastle Festival, a place for music, arts and activism in downtown Louisville. We had a great time giving people information about the horrible […]

Coastal Roadshow, day 2–Green Swamp and Whiteville, NC

Live from the Green Swamp–one of the top ten ecoregions in N. America. Yesterday in the Green Swamp in coastal North Carolina I experienced something new and amazing. Not like anything I had ever seen or ever even imagined, the Venus flytraps were in bloom with their white flowers bobbing in the wind, the pitcher plants reaching to […]

Andrew in the Green Swamp

Coastal Roadshow, day 1–Wilmington, NC

On the road highlighting the fast food industry’s packaging problem… We are on the road again. This time, traveling through Dogwood Alliance’s coastal focal areas to do a series of presentations, highlight the packaging problem’s impacts in this area and meet some of the local community groups also working to protect majestic Southern forests. After […]

Coastal Roadshow, Day 1

Why go green?

Why would the music industry go green besides the fact that it’s good for the planet? Lotsa reasons. The biggest to me being that it IS good for the planet—for our forests, to slow global warming,and for future generations of music lovers. But it also makes economic sense for the music industry. Think about all […]