Massive Attack and Tyndall Centre to explore music industry climate impact

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Massive Attack and Tyndall Centre to explore music industry climate impact

Data from forthcoming tour will be used by scientists to identify opportunities to reduce carbon footprint.

Scientists from the University of Manchester's Tyndall Centre are to analyse data from band Massive Attack's tour schedule in a bid to assess the music industry's biggest environmental impacts and identify...

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