With all the alarmism about man-made climate change ramping up, the entertainment community is trying to do their part. Queen guitarist Brian May sees musicians from all over the world coming together to “help”:
Queen guitarist Brian May says he hopes for another large concert like 1985's Live Aid to combat climate change https://t.co/JaGTziLPf4
— CNN (@CNN) May 9, 2019
That’s an interesting goal, but has it been thought through?
Where all the artists will fly in on private jets, the parking will be packed with gas guzzling cars, and the power required to run the show will be enough to power a city for a week… sounds like it's good for the climate!
— phqe phqer (@phqer) May 9, 2019
The air feels cleaner already!
That will do it. Have everyone fly in on private jets as well to perfect the horrific optics.
— Samuel B. (@sambcoltrane) May 9, 2019
He’s right. Someone should fly in celebrities from all around the globe to perform and tell those of us at home how we can reduce our carbon footprints. https://t.co/I4fKqLeZHp
— BT (@back_ttys) May 9, 2019
Hey, you can’t make a climate change omelet without breaking a few emissions eggs!
Only if he does an acoustic set in his back garden in the dark.
— FloellaBinJamming (@lassus41) May 9, 2019
Maybe one of them can do a set,
then fly across the Atlantic to perform another set in NYC or something.
— Matthew Dempster (@dempstermd) May 9, 2019
Touring stadium bands have enormous carbon footprints.
— Peter Cracknell (@PeterCracknell1) May 9, 2019
Think of all the pollution created in that large gathering.
— Call Of Doodie (@callofdoodie) May 9, 2019
We can’t be sure if such a concert will ever take place, but it looks like May could take some action to decrease the band’s personal carbon footprint:
— Pressparty (@Pressparty) September 18, 2014
Brian May & Roger Taylor of Queen arrived in Melbourne Thursday afternoon with US singer songwriter Adam Lambert on a chartered private jet." https://t.co/PK2dKdHjU2 via 15 MOF
— GELLY (@14gelly) March 1, 2018
Brian May & Roger Taylor of Queen and singer Adam Lambert arrive in Las Vegas by private jet Tues. Aug 28. @QueenWillRock + @adamlambert will kick off “The Crown Jewels,” a 10-date engagement,on Sat. Sept 1 https://t.co/Sq1l83AYOM pic.twitter.com/6Fhz5T10we
— TALCvids (@TALCvids) August 29, 2018