Chris Martin discusses Coldplay’s plans to cut CO2 emissions by 50 per cent on their upcoming tour compared with their 2016-17 world tour.
The band are planning to “almost entirely” use renewable energy to power the tour, which kicks off in March in Costa Rica. The country has one of the highest rates of renewable energy generation in the world.
Martin told the BBC about fans being on “kinetic flooring”: “When they move, they power the concert. And we have bicycles, too, that do the same thing.
The more people move, the more they’re helping. “You know when the frontman says, ‘We need you to jump up and down’? When I say that, I literally really need you to jump up and down.Read more on etcanada.com