How bad is K-pop for the planet? Fans and artists push sustainability, but there is a long way to go

//How bad is K-pop for the planet? Fans and artists push sustainability, but there is a long way to go

How bad is K-pop for the planet? Fans and artists push sustainability, but there is a long way to go

Nurul Sarifah loves K-pop. But she also loves growing up with a planet she can live on. So the Gen Z Indonesian college student recently launched Kpop4Planet, a platform intent on building a community focused on climate action and raising awareness of the various ways K-pop fans can use their strength to better the world.“I enjoy being a fangirl so much but, imagining I cannot be a fangirl in a world that is getting worse day by day, I feel I have to act on climate action,” said Nurul, an Exo…

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