Coldplay shared an update on their “Music Of The Spheres Tour,” aiming to make it environmentally beneficial and cut direct carbon emissions by 50%. After the first year, assessed by Prof. John E. Fernandez of MIT, the tour produced 47% less CO2e emissions compared to their last tour. Although they see this as a positive start, they recognize the need for further improvements. In the second year, they’ve implemented a complete electric battery system for the show, promoting the use of renewable energy, electric vehicles, and minimizing waste and plastic usage.
They express gratitude to their team, fans, and supporters, highlighting the fans’ contributions to sustainability efforts at concerts. Coldplay encourages suggestions for further improvements and thanks everyone for their support, noting their contributions to environmental organizations like The Ocean Cleanup and ClientEarth.