Environmental impact of listening to music higher than ever before, study finds

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Environmental impact of listening to music higher than ever before, study finds

New study suggests the shift towards digital music has failed to deliver carbon savings

The shift towards the digital consumption of music has caused its carbon footprint to soar, according to a new study which warns the environmental cost of listening to recorded music has never been higher....

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