Third Eye Blind Honors ClimeCo at Band’s Final Summer Tour Stop
Throughout their Summer Gods Tour with Jimmy Eat World, Third Eye Blind has worked diligently to offset the outing’s carbon footprint. To compensate for audience travel – the biggest source of carbon emissions from the tour – a portion of each ticket sold supported a US-based carbon offset project managed by ClimeCo, the American Land Conservancy, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. ClimeCo provides comprehensive solutions to help reduce the environmental impact of the general public.
To honor ClimeCo’s fervent environmental service, Third Eye Blind presented them with a tree onstage at the band’s final tour stop in Irvine, California. The tree will be planted at FivePoint Amphitheatre as a continued reminder of their support.
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Pictured: Dan Linsky (Vice President of Voluntary Markets of ClimeCo), Bill Flederbach (President & CEO of ClimeCo), and Stephan Jenkins (Lead Singer & Guitarist of Third Eye Blind) at Third Eye Blind’s last show of their 2019 Summer Gods Tour which took place at the FivePoint Amphitheater in Irvine, California.
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