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The logo for the event was the Morse code distress signal. Brand Neutral, the environmental business strategy firm, served as the worldwide sustainability strategy and services partner for Live Earth, developing the overall sustainability strategy, staffing all members of the global "green team," creating the overall master plan for resource management, and supervising the execution of the Live Earth environmental strategy. Leading sustainability expert John Picard served as chief environmental and efficiency counsellor for the event. The worldwide producer of talent and venue programming for all of the events was Aaron Grosky. The worldwide producer of events was Lily Sobhani. Live Earth produced 60 short films, directed by leading filmmakers from the worlds of films, Location Sydney, Johannesburg, New Jersey, Rio music videos, commercials and animation. de Janeiro, Antarctica, Tokyo, Kyoto, The worldwide producer of Live Earth films Shanghai, London, Hamburg, was Kit Hawkins. The 22-hour global TV Washington D.C. and Rome broadcast (world feed) and satellite distribu2007 Years tion, as well as radio, internet and mobile active production was overseen by Executive in Charge of Production André Mika. Unlike the Founded Al Gore, Kevin Wall by similar Live 8 concerts, which were free, Live Earth charged admission but the event was 7 July 2007 Date(s) made broadly available via television and the Pop, Rock music Genre Internet. The 2007 event set a new record for Website line entertainment with over 15 million video streams during the live concert alone. TeleviLive Earth is an annual event developed to sion ratings were mixed, with 41% of housecombat climate change. The first series of beholds in Canada watching the concerts, while nefit concerts were held on July 7, 2007. The figures in the UK were characterized as a concerts brought together more than 150 "flop".[1] Television ratings in the United musical acts in eleven locations around the States were "dismal" as well; NBC’s broadworld which were broadcast to a mass global cast of Live Earth was the least watched netaudience through televisions, radio, and work program between the Big Three Televistreamed via the Internet. sion Networks and Fox.[2]. On the other hand, Bravo, an NBC Uni property, reported the highest Saturday ratings in the network’s history [3] Live Earth broke television audiThe umbrella organization for the event was ence records in Brazil with 37 percent of Save Our Selves, founded by Kevin Wall (Exhouseholds via TV Globo, and Germany with ecutive Producer), and included major parttwenty percent of households watching the ners such as former U.S. Vice President Al N24 broadcast.[4] Gore, the Alliance for Climate Protection, Earthlab, MSN, and Control Room, the production company which produced the event.

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understanding, hearing and acting upon this information.’[9][11] Live Earth’s supporters included climate change activists in New Zealand’s Climaction Coalition, who praised concert organisers, stating "Climate change is the greatest threat facing humanity today."[12] Climaction spokesperson David Colyer said the concert presented "a great opportunity to join our voices with theirs" and called on people who could not attend a concert to participate in local events to raise awareness about climate change. Further information on the issues raised by the concerts are published in The Live Earth Global Warming Survival Handbook, written by environmentalist David Mayer de Rothschild.[13][14] Profits from the book will be donated to the Alliance for Climate Protection, as will some of the profits from the concerts.[15]

The plans for the Live Earth concerts were announced at a media event in Los Angeles on 15 February 2007 by Al Gore, Kevin Wall and other celebrities.[5] The inspiration for promoting the cause using benefit concerts comes from many similar events over the past 25 years including the 1985 Live Aid concerts and the 2005 Live 8 concerts and it was to be the longest show ever to be recorded in the world records. The event was claimed to be carbon neutral, and organisers said they would purchase carbon credits to offset the environmental impact of the flights associated with the events.[6] In addition to raising awareness of global warming,[7] on 28 June 2007, it was revealed that Live Earth is to be the launch event for the Live Earth Call to Action.[8] During the concerts people were asked to support the following 7-point pledge:[8] 1. To demand that my country join an international treaty within the next 2 years that cuts global warming pollution by 90% in developed countries and by more than half worldwide in time for the next generation to inherit a healthy earth; 2. To take personal action to help solve the climate crisis by reducing my own CO2 pollution as much as I can and offsetting the rest to become ’carbon neutral;’ 3. To fight for a moratorium on the construction of any new generating facility that burns coal without the capacity to safely trap and store the CO2; 4. To work for a dramatic increase in the energy efficiency of my home, workplace, school, place of worship, and means of transportation; 5. To fight for laws and policies that expand the use of renewable energy sources and reduce dependence on oil and coal; 6. To plant new trees and to join with others in preserving and protecting forests; and, 7. To buy from businesses and support leaders who share my commitment to solving the climate crisis and building a sustainable, just, and prosperous world for the 21st century. In subsequent interviews Al Gore indicated that the concerts would mark ’the beginning of a three-year campaign worldwide to deliver information about how we solve the climate crisis’[9][10] and that ’the prospects for every future generation depend on us

Antecedents for the style of concerts

The concert stage at Wembley Stadium. The concert series followed in the tradition of many benefit events staged in the past three decades: • The aspect of multiple concerts on a single day followed two events conceived by Bob Geldof -- two Live Aid concerts staged on July 13, 1985 and eight Live 8 concerts staged on July 2, 2005. • The aspect of a series of rock concerts for a single cause taking place in multiple nations across the planet echoed the twenty concerts presented in 1988 on Amnesty International’s Human Rights


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Now! World Tour - a tour conceived by Jack Healey and Martin Lewis. The deployment of multiple pop and rock musicians and entertainers to promote awareness of a single cause has many antecedents the principal examples being: • Two 1971 Concerts for Bangladesh conceived by George Harrison • Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Balls benefit shows staged from 1976 to 1981 - conceived by John Cleese and Martin Lewis • Four 1979 No Nukes concerts - conceived by Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt and John Hall • Four 1979 Concerts for Kampuchea conceived by Paul McCartney and Kurt Waldheim

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Coca-Cola Dome Randburg South near Africa Johannesburg

North America
Giants Stadium National Mall 1 East Rutherford, NJ Washington, D.C.[18] United States United States

Friends of Live Earth
• Live Earth Alert, was a Netherlands contribution/concept,[16] to the real program Live Earth on 07/07/07. In Westerpark in Amsterdam (NL) a parallel event had been organised which included a continuous 24 hour live broadcast program on Nederland 3 of live streams (in sequential order) from Live Earth events and reports from Dutch correspondents stationed on all 7 continents as well as an almost 12 hour side event at the home location with performances, artists and other side activities. Some parts of this Dutch program were included in the official Live Earth streams and broadcast worldwide.[17]

South America
Copacabana Beach In Rio, no admissions were charged. Rio de Janeiro Brazil

Makuhari Messe Tō-ji Oriental Pearl Tower Chiba near Tokyo Kyoto Shanghai Japan Japan China

Sydney Football Stadium Sydney Australia

Wembley Stadium HSH Nordbank Arena Basilica of St. John Lateran London Hamburg Germany Rome Italy United Kingdom

The organizers intended to present concerts on all seven continents. They stated that the venues would use on-site power generation, efficient methods of energy utilisation and sustainable facilities management in an effort to minimise environmental impact.

Rothera Research Station

British Antarctic Territory

British Antarctic Territory

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Foo Fighters and Chad Smith of Red Hot Chili Peppers) • Genesis • Razorlight • Snow Patrol • Damien Rice & David Gray • Kasabian • Paolo Nutini • Black Eyed Peas • John Legend • Duran Duran • Red Hot Chili Peppers • Bloc Party • Corinne Bailey Rae • Terra Naomi • Keane • Metallica • Spinal Tap • James Blunt • Beastie Boys • Pussycat Dolls • Foo Fighters • Madonna with Eugene Hütz & Sergey Ryabtsev of Gogol Bordello Presenters: • Alan Carr • Boris Becker • Chris Moyles • David Tennant • Gerard Butler • Geri Halliwell • Chris Rock • Jonathan Ross • June Sarpong • Kyle MacLachlan • Neve Campbell • Ryan Bonifacino • Ricky Gervais • Rob Reiner • Russell Brand • Terence Stamp • Taking Back Sunday • Keith Urban with special guest Alicia Keys • Ludacris • AFI • Fall Out Boy • Akon • John Mayer • Melissa Etheridge • Alicia Keys • Dave Matthews Band • Kelly Clarkson • Kanye West • Bon Jovi • The Smashing Pumpkins • Roger Waters • The Police with special guests John Mayer and Kanye West Presenters: • Kevin Bacon • Leonardo DiCaprio • Al Gore • Dhani Jones • Petra Nemcova • Zach Braff • Randy Jackson • Rachel Weisz • Jane Goodall • Abigail and Spencer Breslin • Rosario Dawson • Robert Kennedy, Jr. • Cameron Diaz

A concert for Istanbul was called off, the local organiser said, for lack of government and private sponsorship. "Live Earth Istanbul failed to be a priority ... because our country is in an election marathon and due to fears of terrorism and security risks," said Purple Concerts, which will erect screens around Istanbul to show the concerts in other cities, spokeswoman Funda Dusgor said.[19] Just days before the event, the concert in Rio de Janeiro was reportedly cancelled because of a lack of security for the concert, but was later revived.[20] The South African concert, originally scheduled for the Cradle of Mankind, was abandoned by local promoter Big Concerts, due to poor ticket sales statistics, believed to be a result of the non-central nature of this landmark and poor planning by the promoter. The Coca-Cola Dome was settled on two days prior to the concert starting.

Washington D.C. venue
It was only hours before the Washington D.C. concert was scheduled to begin that organisers were able to secure a venue for the lastminute addition to the schedule. The Washington Post reported the U.S. capital had been Gore’s first choice for the main concert. However, the main concert was moved to New Jersey and Gore made a surprise announcement during a 6 July media interview that a concert would take place on the plaza of the Museum of the American Indian. "Some who don’t understand what is now at stake tried to stop this event on the Mall, but here we are. [crowd is cheering] And it wasn’t the cavalry who came to our rescue, it was the American Indians," Gore said during brief opening remarks carried live on the MSN website.[21]

National Mall (United States)
• Blues Nation • Garth Brooks • Native Roots • Yarina • Trisha Yearwood Presenters: • Al Gore

Wembley Stadium (United Kingdom) Giants Stadium (East Rutherford, New Jersey, Un• SOS Allstars (with ited States)
drummers Roger Taylor of Queen, Taylor Hawkins of • Kenna • KT Tunstall


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• Silbermond • Michael Mittermeier • Chris Cornell • Enrique Iglesias • Jan Delay • Juli • Katie Melua • Lotto King Karl[24] • Mando Diao • Reamonn with Ritmo Del Mundo • Revolverheld[24] • Samy Deluxe[24] • Yusuf Islam aka Cat Stevens[25] Presenters: • Katarina Witt • Nova Meierhenrich • Holger Ponick • Andreas Kuhlage • Elton • Tim Mälzer • Oli P. • Gülcan Karahancı • Michael Mittermeier • Simon Gosejohann • Eberhard Brandes (WWF Germany) • Charlotte Engelhardt

Sydney Football Stadium (Australia)
• Blue King Brown • Toni Collette & the Finish • Sneaky Sound System • Ghostwriters • Paul Kelly • Eskimo Joe • Missy Higgins • The John Butler Trio • Wolfmother • Jack Johnson • Crowded House Presenters: • Peter Garrett • Jimmy Barnes • Hamish & Andy • Tim Ross • Adam Spencer • Ian Thorpe

Coca Cola Dome (South Africa)
Danny K Angélique Kidjo Baaba Maal Vusi Mahlasela The Parlotones The Soweto Gospel Choir • Joss Stone • UB40 • Zola Presenters: • Naomi Campbell • DJ Suga • • • • • •

Makuhari Messe (Japan)
Genki Rockets Rize Ayaka Ai Otsuka Ai Xzibit Abingdon Boys School • Cocco • Linkin Park • Kumi Koda • Rihanna Presenters: • Ken Watanabe • Kazutoshi Sakurai • • • • • • •

Tō-ji (Japan)
• • • • • Rip Slyme UA Bonnie Pink Michael Nyman Yellow Magic Orchestra

Oriental Pearl Tower (China)
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • Evonne Hsu Anthony Wong Soler Huang Xiao Ming Douglas Vale 12 Girls Band Joey Yung Winnie Hsin Sarah Brightman Wang Xiao Kun Eason Chan Wang Chuang Jun[22] Wang Rui Pu Ba Jia

HSH Nordbank Copacabana Arena (Germany) Beach (Brazil)
• Shakira with Gustavo Cerati • Snoop Dogg • Roger Cicero • MIA.[22] • Sasha • Stefan Gwildis[22] • Marquess[23] • Maria Mena • • • • • • • • • Xuxa Jota Quest MV Bill Marcelo D2 Pharrell O Rappa Macy Gray Jorge Ben Jor Lenny Kravitz

Basilica of St. John Lateran (Rome, Italy)
• The London Oratory School Schola • The Rome Philharmonic Orchestra • Michael D’Alessandra


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• Christiano Serino • The Bernini Quartet

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Environmental impact
Bands including The Who, Muse and the Arctic Monkeys dubbed Live Earth "Private Jets for Climate Change."[30] The event’s total carbon footprint, including the artists’ and spectators’ travel and energy consumption, was probably at least 74,500 tonnes, according to John Buckley of more than 3,000 times the average Briton’s annual footprint.[30] Performers flew at least 222,623.63 miles (about 358,278 kilometres) — the equivalent of nearly nine times round the planet — to take part in the event, and this figure does not include transport of technicians, dancers and support staff. [31] An estimate reported that 100,000 planted trees are required to offset total carbon emissions produced during the entire event, as well as a key sponsor for the event being Chevrolet, promoting a new hybrid four-wheel drive.[32] The BBC cancelled a later major attempt to "raise consciousness" of global climate change. The BBC’s news story suggested that this was in part because "poor ratings in the UK and elsewhere for July’s Live Earth concert may have confirmed the internal belief that the public do not like being "lectured to" on climate change." [33] DaimlerChrysler used its low-emissions Smart car brand while sponsoring the event worldwide. Concert-goers at the event’s London leg had left thousands of plastic cups on the floor of Wembley Stadium, although organisers had urged audience members to use the recycling bins provided, the BBC reported. [34] Al Gore was unhappy with the travel arrangements of the UK band Razorlight. After their appearance at the London Live Earth event, they were ferried to an airport in a large tour bus with a police escort to catch a private jet to Scotland. From the airport in Scotland they travelled by helicopter to Balado to perform at T in the Park. Razorlight claimed they would offset their emissions by planting trees.[35] Singer-songwriter John Mayer, one of the big attractions at the New Jersey/New York concert had not signed Gore’s seven-point Live Earth pledge. "If you want to peg me as not being entirely eco-friendly, you’ll win," Mayer told reporters after his set. "We’re just getting together saying ’We want to be healthier’.” [36]

Rothera Research Station (Antarctica)
• Nunatak[26]

The concerts were broadcast in over 130 countries by more than 500 media partners including television, radio, Internet and wireless channels. National television viewing figures included 19 million viewers in the US, 41% of all households in Canada, 37% of all households in Brazil, and 20% in Germany. The event also attracted a record on-line audience. Live coverage attracted over 8 million people who watched over 15 million video streams, while total 55 million video streams had been watched by 23 July.

United Kingdom
London’s Wembley Stadium production of "Live Earth," received poor viewing figures on the BBC, blamed on a good weather Saturday afternoon, in addition to the network’s tennis coverage at Wimbledon. BBC’s live afternoon coverage of the concert drew an average of about 900,000 viewers while the evening viewing figures averaged around 3.1 million[27] and the highlight figures, near the end of the concert, were around 4.5 million. Three times as many viewers had watched the Concert for Diana six days earlier[27] and 9.6 million viewers had watched the Live 8 concert, two years earlier.

Controversies and criticism
While garnering favourable comments, several aspects of the event drew criticism from various perspectives.

Political motives and campaigning
Some Republicans criticized Al Gore for organising the event and said he did so to promote himself for a 2008 U.S. Presidential election bid, although Gore has said repeatedly he is "not planning to be a candidate again for office"[28] and has said that he "had fallen out of love with politics."[29] Gore did not declare himself as a candidate for either of the 2008 presidential primaries.


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ticket sales at the concerts. Their conclusions, published in a feature "What on (Live) Earth is going on?" were that no one involved is capable of giving a clear answer.[44]

Bob Geldof and Live 8
Before the goals of the concerts were announced on June 28, the concert was criticised by Live Aid organiser Bob Geldof and Roger Daltrey of The Who about a lack of a final goal. Geldof said in an interview on 15 May 2007, that the concerts are a waste of time because "Everybody’s known about [global warming] for years."[37] Geldof said he would organise a concert like Live Earth only if he "could go on stage and announce concrete environmental measures from the American presidential candidates, Congress, or major corporations." Daltrey said "The last thing the planet needs is a rock concert ... the questions and the answers are so huge I don’t know what a rock concert’s ever going to do to help."[38] A spokesman for Live Earth responded to Geldof, saying that the concerts were intended to raise awareness about the dangers of climate change. "People are aware of global warming but millions are not doing anything about changing their lifestyles."[39] Al Gore said "What Bob Geldof did with Live Aid and Live 8 was fantastic and he has followed up very diligently. [Geldof] has said ... how important it is to have specific goals and a continuing follow-on effort, and we have designed the Live Earth concerts in just that way."[40] Gore continued, “This one day, 24 hours long, will not only be a wake-up call for the world but the beginning of a multi-year campaign to organize an effective response to the climate crisis.” [40]

On November 26 (international) and December 4 (U.S), a very bare bones CD/2-DVD package was released. It brings together the most popular artists, best performances, and the solutions-based messaging showcased at this truly global musical event staged in New Jersey, London, Sydney, Tokyo, Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro, Johannesburg and Hamburg, with special events broadcast from Antarctica, Kyoto, and Washington, DC. The CD/2-DVD package includes performances from such artists as Madonna, KT Tunstall, Linkin Park, Metallica, Smashing Pumpkins, Black-Eyed Peas, Pussycat Dolls, Kelly Clarkson, Dave Matthews Band, Foo Fighters, John Mayer, Keith Urban, Beastie Boys, Bon Jovi, Rihanna and many more. In addition to the live performances, the Live Earth DVD also includes six short films from the Live Earth Film Series and a documentary on the making of Live Earth shot by Award-winning filmmakers Nick Wickham and Emer Patten. The short films, some of which premiered at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival, were commissioned by Live Earth to utilize the power of film to educate a global audience through entertainment.

Tracklist CD
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. ---------------"Hey You" "Times Like These" "Driven To Tears" "Gravity" "Another Brick In The Wall Part II" "Bleed It Out" "Bedshaped" "Wanted Dead Or Alive" "Wisemen" "Black Hole Sun" "Are You Gonna Go My Way" "Intergalactic" "Suddenly I See" "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)" "Que Sera, Sera"

BBC coverage of the London venue
The BBC which televised the concert in Britain received a total of 413 complaints because coverage of Metallica’s live set was cut short, and approximately 130 complaints concerning swearing[27] as the BBC had shown the concert before the watershed time of 9pm, this includes Chris Rock jokingly calling the crowd "motherfuckers".[41] [42] The BBC later apologised for cutting away from footage of Metallica,[43] and both during and after the concert for the bad language. On 12 April 2008, an Ofcom broadcast was shown on BBC1, apologising again for the ’offensive language.’[27]

Financial lack of transparency
Intelligent Giving have attempted to find out what was happening to the proceeds from

1. -- "Live Earth: London Opening" 2. -- "Invisible Touch"


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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. -------------------"Shut Your Eyes" "Que Sera, Sera" "Suddenly I See" "My Blue Heaven" "What A Wonderful World" "Where Is The Love?" "Don’t Cha" "Planet Earth" "Miss Murder" "Gravity" "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)" "Bedshaped" "I Need To Wake Up" "Too Much" "Sober" "Tumba" "Right To Be Wrong" "Wisemen" "Intergalactic"

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[4] SOS | Live Earth | 7.7.07»Blog Archive » LIVE EARTH BREAKS WORLD-WIDE AUDIENCE RECORDS [5] Lee, Ken. (15 February 2007) "Al Gore, Cameron Diaz Announce Environmental Campaign." Retrieved on: 2 August 2007. [6] "Live Earth concerts are ’hot but carbon neutral’". The Daily Telegraph. 26 April 2007. main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/04/11/ ngreen11.xml. Retrieved on 10 July 2007. [7] "Live Earth Aims to Cause Lasting Change". Washington Post. 2007-07-02. content/article/2007/07/02/ AR2007070201007.html?nav=rss_artsandliving/ entertainmentnews. Retrieved on 2007-07-05. [8] ^ Al Gore, Kevin Wall issue far-reaching Live Earth Call To Action, Live Earth, published 2007-06-28, accessed 2007-07-03 [9] ^ Live Earth a climate ’SOS’, BBC, published 2007-07-03, accessed 2007-07-03 [10] Moving Beyond Kyoto, New York Times, published 2007-07-01, accessed 2007-07-03 [11] - Transcripts [12] "Aotearoa Live – Climate Change Day of Action". Climaction. 26 June 2007. aotearoa-live-climate-change-day-of.html. Retrieved on July 10 2007. [13] The Live Earth Global Warming Survival Handbook: 77 Essential Skills To Stop Climate Change, author: David de Rothschild, publisher: Rodale Books, ISBN 159486781X [14] Rodale Books to publish the official Live Earth Global Warming Survival Handbook, Live Earth, published 2006-05-16 [15] Live Earth switch-off is vetoed, BBC, published 2007-06-04, accessed 2007-07-03 [16] Live Earth ((Dutch), partly in English) [17] BNN: Live Earth on Nederland 3 (TV) and Radio 3FM ((Dutch), partly in English) [18] Gore gets last-minute D.C. venue for Live Earth; thanks to Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian and

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. ---------------"Gimme Shelter" "Bailamos" "StickwitU" "Woman" "Black Hole Sun" "Wanted Dead Or Alive" "Are You Gonna Go My Way" "United States" "Another Brick In The Wall Part II" "Driven To Tears" "Better Be Home Soon" "Umbrella" "Bleed It Out" "Times Like These" "La Isla Bonita"

See also
• Live Earth

[1] Live Earth a ratings flop for BBC | Media | MediaGuardian [2] "Power to the people". The Age. 2007-07-16. news/web/power-to-the-people/2007/07/ 14/1183833827789.html. Retrieved on 2007-07-16. [3] Breaking News - Bravo’S ’Live Earth’ Coverage Marks Network’S Best Saturday - Ever - Across All Key Demos | Thefutoncritic.Com


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their parallel concert-program ’Mother [33] "BBC switches off climate special". BBC Earth’ News. 5 September 2007. [19] Live Earth concerts aim to rally action against global warming 6979596.stm. Retrieved on 9 September [20] Rio Live Earth to go on after ban revoked 2007. [21] [34] "Live Earth gigs send eco-warning". BBC. p1-7/us/ 8 July 2007. x.htm?sh=LiveEarth&ep=le_dc&ch=3 entertainment/6279518.stm. Retrieved [22] ^ Live Earth Fact Sheet on July 10 2007. [23] Yusuf (Formerly Cat Stevens), Xzibit and [35] Razorlight get told off by Al Gore, Kenna to Join Live Earth Line-Ups in AngryApe Hamburg, Tokyo & New York [36] Earth Gets Rocked, Live at Yahoo! TV [24] ^ [37] Live Earth? It’s a waste of time, Geldof [25] ’Live Earth’ Hamburg’s Special Guest: tells Gore Yusuf Islam [38] Who c-cares about Live Earth? [26] Quick Hits: Britney Spears, Live Earth, [39] It’ll be Live Dearth Queens of the Stone Age, Ozzfest, The [40] ^ Al Gore - man with a mission Cult, Travis [41] Live Earth branded a foul-mouthed flop [27] ^ Diana ratings dwarf Live Earth, BBC, Daily Mail, 9th July 2007 published 2007-07-09, accessed [42] "Live Earth ratings dwarfed by Diana 2007-08-02 concert". NME. 9 July 2007. [28] Gore campaigning for environment, not presidency 29583. Retrieved on July 10 2007. [29] "Gore: ’I’ve fallen out of love with [43] BBC apologise for Metallica coverage | politics’", CNN, 6 July 2007 News | NME.COM [30] ^ "Rockin’ all over the world (but just [44] What on (Live) Earth is going on? | watch your carbon footprint)". The Intelligent Giving Observer. 8 July 2007. climatechange/story/0,,2121512,00.html. • Live Earth online broadcast Retrieved on July 10 2007. • Live Earth Blog [31] "Live Earth is promoting green to save • BBC’s Live Earth website the planet - what planet are they on?". • NBC’s Live Earth website Daily Mail. 7 July 2007. • Live Earth Carbon Calculator • CTV’s Live Earth website with Much femail/ Music article.html?in_article_id=466775&in_page_id=1879. • Live Earth (2007) (TV) at the Internet Retrieved on July 10 2007. Movie Database [32] "Critics: Live Earth Not So Green". ABC • Live Earth Final Assessment Report News. 9 July 2007. • [1] • [2] story?id=3358200&page=1. Retrieved on July 12 2007.

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