Neal Casal Music Foundation Mitigates Manufacturing and Shipping of the Neal Casal Music Foundation’s Tribute Album Collection with ClimeCo

Neal Casal Music Foundation Mitigates Manufacturing and Shipping of the Neal Casal Music Foundation’s Tribute Album Collection with ClimeCo

Contact: Danielle A. Pingitore

Neal Casal Music Foundation Mitigates Manufacturing and Shipping of the Neal Casal Music Foundation’s Tribute Album Collection with ClimeCo

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ClimeCo is excited to announce that they will be working with Neal Casal Music Foundation to voluntarily mitigate the carbon emissions of the manufacturing and shipping of the Neal Casal Music Foundation’s Tribute Album CollectionHighway Butterfly: The Songs of Neal Casal. This collection is a tribute to the life and music of the gifted singer, songwriter, musician, and friend to many. Featuring 41 of Neal’s songs on 5 LPs or 3 CDs, the collecti
on brings together a galaxy of rock and roots music luminaries to reimagine the body of work he left behind, while celebrating his enduring impact as an artist. 

It is an honor to assist the Neal Casal Music Foundation in mitigating the carbon emissions associated with the tribute album. In addition to Neal playing on many albums that I own, some of my favorite musicians appear on Highway Butterfly. Knowing that Neal would have wanted the project to consider the environment makes it even more personal,said Dan Linsky, ClimeCo’s Vice President of Voluntary Markets.

In addition to 41 performances of Neal Casal songs by 130 participating musicians, the box set includes LP sleeves with rare and previously unpublished photos of Casal, a 48-page booklet presenting song lyrics, Casal’s own iconic work as a photographer and an essay by early career champion Jim Cardillo. Additional collectibles include a poster and baseball card with photos of Casal by photographer Jay Blakesberg and stickers designed by poster artists Alan Forbes and Marq Spusta. The Neal Casal Music Foundation and record label Royal Potato Family who partnered to release the collection will also be working with ClimeCo to voluntarily mitigate the carbon emissions from the manufacturing and shipping of the box sets.

The album trailer, merch pre-order, and single are available today, July 21, 2021, and the collection is set to be released on November 12th, 2021.

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About Neal Casal

The Neal Casal Music Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit donating music instruments and lessons to students in New Jersey and New York state schools where Neal was born and raised, as well as making donations to much needed mental health organizations that support musicians in need. The Foundation was created to inspire future musicians and bring mental health support to those musicians in need.   


About ClimeCo

ClimeCo is a respected advisor, transaction facilitator, and trader of environmental commodity market products and related services. We specialize in voluntary carbon, regulated carbon, renewable energy credits, plastics credits, and regional criteria pollutant trading programs.  Complimenting these programs is a team of professionals skilled in providing sustainability program management services and developing and financing of GHG abatement and mitigation systems.

For more information or to discuss how ClimeCo can drive value for your organization, contact them at 484.415.0501,, or through their website Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using our handle, @ClimeCo.

Carbon Consciousness & The Live Music Experience

Carbon Consciousness & The Live Music Experience

Carbon Consciousness & The Live Music Experience

by Danielle Pingitore, Marketing Strategist | September 26, 2019

The beautiful force and power of vocals. The inspiration in the effortless contrivance of instruments. The warmth of harmony and expression. The transcendent, uplifting magic of performance, which embodies it all. Music, a layered masterpiece, a universal language that speaks, heals, dreams, and resonates in one way or the other.

Music has always played an indispensable role in my life. During every weekend road trip of my childhood, the concert in the car to the destination was half the fun. From Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, and The Temptations to Neil Young, Eric Clapton, and Alanis Morissette, each song or artist ties into the memories of my youth, evoking a distinct feeling of nostalgia.

As I grew into my early 20s, live music became a favorite hobby of mine. I traveled near and far for music, even though it was at the ease of my fingertips. For me, music was and will always be so much more than pressing play. The all-encompassing brilliance of music is what makes it special – seeing, hearing, feeling. It’s surrounding yourself with people who are all there for the same reason you are – to celebrate the live music experience.

It wasn’t until my late 20s that I began picking up on what goes into creating these live music events for artists and fans of music around the world. At this point, I was attending 15-25 concerts a year. I started thinking about the amount of fuel burning into the atmosphere while approaching traffic to the venue, the number of tickets printed, scanned and thrown away, and the energy and power needed to produce flawless sound and lighting for 10,000+ people to enjoy. I began to see excess and waste where I once saw only joy and camaraderie.

After joining ClimeCo in mid-2018, I became more conscious of the environment and how impactful carbon is. I felt like the universe was working in my favor because months later, we were in contact with one of my all-time favorite bands, Pearl Jam, whom I had gone to see in Philadelphia two years prior on their 25th Anniversary of Ten Tour. Pearl Jam ended up working with us to mitigate their 2018 European and US Tour’s carbon footprint through an Alaska-based forest preservation project, Afognak Island. They care about preserving and protecting wildlife, forests, oceans, and our planet. They didn’t have to go the extra mile to do this, but they did. Isn’t that incredible? 

A few months later, a fan tweeted Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind on Twitter, nudging him to do the same by referencing Pearl Jam’s initiative. Days later, Stephan’s team got in touch with us to discuss mitigating the emissions for their upcoming 2019 Summer Gods Tour with Jimmy Eat World and Ra Ra Riot. He accepted the Twitter fan’s challenge and wanted to raise the bar by including the carbon footprint of the fan travel to each stop of their tour.

This past August, Bill Flederbach, ClimeCo’s President & CEO, and Dan Linsky, VP of Voluntary Markets, asked me to join them at Third Eye Blind’s final tour stop at the FivePoint Amphitheater in Irvine, California. Fast forward to that evening: Stephan Jenkins, lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist, announced mitigating the carbon footprint for the entirety of fan travel for their 2019 Summer Gods Tour on top of mitigating the tour itself. About halfway through the setlist, Stephan honored ClimeCo by inviting Bill and Dan onstage and presenting them with a Silk Floss Tree, which would be planted at FivePoint Amphitheatre as a continued reminder of ClimeCo’s support. It was a magical, feel-good moment. I felt immensely gratified to be recognized for the work we had put into this fantastic cause.

Music unites us all. Why not unite to make it cleaner for our planet? Why not nudge and call on other artists to do the same as Pearl Jam and Third Eye Blind? Let’s open their eyes, educate, and inform them that carbon mitigation is an option. Let’s tell them how much we care. And let’s convince them they should too.

Photo by Stephen Albanese

About the Author

Danielle Pingitore  joined ClimeCo in 2018 and specializes in optimizing ClimeCo’s brand and developing future marketing efforts. She leads our digital marketing implementation by analyzing data, monitoring trends, strategically planning for future marketing execution, and spearheading digital marketing content – taking ClimeCo’s brand to the next level. Dani holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and a Certificate of Recognition in Advertising through Kutztown University. Dani loves music and enjoys attending concerts and festivals, traveling, river tubing, cycling, working out, and spending time with loved ones.

Check out Dani’s other blog, Five Ways To Reduce Your Household Emissions, by clicking here.

107.7 The End’s Interview with ClimeCo & Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins

107.7 The End’s Interview with ClimeCo & Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins

107.7 The End’s Interview with ClimeCo & Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins

Click PLAY above to listen to Seattle’s Alternative Music Station 1077 The End‘s broadcasted interview discussing how ClimeCo worked with Third Eye Blind to voluntarily mitigate the carbon emissions of their 2019 Summer Gods Tour. The interview features Third Eye Blind’s lead singer/songwriter/guitarist, Stephan Jenkins, and ClimeCo’s Vice President of Voluntary Markets, Dan Linsky!

Read the full story here: Third Eye Blind Mitigates Upcoming Summer Tour with ClimeCo


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