How BTS and Blackpink Spotify streams add to climate-change problem – the energy used generates annual carbon emissions so big, whole forests need planting to offset them

//How BTS and Blackpink Spotify streams add to climate-change problem – the energy used generates annual carbon emissions so big, whole forests need planting to offset them

How BTS and Blackpink Spotify streams add to climate-change problem – the energy used generates annual carbon emissions so big, whole forests need planting to offset them

In the world of streaming, your favourite K-pop artist’s songs may be fuelling carbon emissions.Between mass streaming and growing album sales, both of which are great for artists but less so for the environment under current modes of consumption because of the energy they use, K-pop fans and artists alike are increasingly engaging with conversations about climate change.In 2021, BTS spoke about taking climate action at the United Nations, while Blackpink were named advocates of the UN’s…

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By | 2022-01-06T11:15:07+00:00 January 6th, 2022|Music|Comments Off on How BTS and Blackpink Spotify streams add to climate-change problem – the energy used generates annual carbon emissions so big, whole forests need planting to offset them