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April 2020
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Tame Impala are going green for their current tour

The band have announced a partnership with REVERB to reduce environmental waste.
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Published: 10:40 am, March 11, 2020
Tame Impala are going green for their current tour

Tame Impala have announced a partnership with REVERB to reduce environmental waste while on tour.

The collaboration will include Eco-Villages at every stop of the run, where fans can learn more about environmental nonprofits, join REVERB’s unCHANGEit campaign, refill water bottles to reduce single-use plastic waste, donate to get a custom Nalgene bottle and get a Tame Impala 'eco-friendly' plectrum.

They're not the only eco-friendly intitiatives the band are taking on board - they'll also be funding projects to eliminate greenhouse gases, donating unused food and hotel toiletris to local shelters, recycling backstage and on tour buses, using reusable water bottles for all band members and crew, and always taking their bag for life to the supermarket rather than constantly paying 5p for a new plastic one.

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