Cleaning Up The Dirty Music Festival Business
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Music festivals have become an increasingly large slice of the music industry. But having to essentially create mini-cities for the influx of people looking to dance, drink, eat and shop, also leaves a bad ecological footprint. This however doesn’t have to be the case moving forward. Here’s what three organisers are doing to clean up the usually dirty festival business.
Produced by: Christine Wong
Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Audrey Raj, & Jeff Sandhu
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