Dave Matthews Band "offsetting" its tour pollution

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By Camille Drummond NEW YORK, June 28 (Reuters) - American rockers the Dave Matthews Band and its fans have been bad for the environment since 1991, and now the group is making amends. In a move to help ease global warming, the band will participate in a carbon dioxide emissions "offsetting" program that will eliminate pollution equivalent to 36 million average car miles, or about what the band, and its fans, have produced on the road over the past 15 years. According to NativeEnergy, ...

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