Is streaming music bad for the climate?

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Is streaming music bad for the climate?” – below is their description.

Every industry on the planet has an impact on the environment.

With hundreds of millions of us streaming music every day, and the growing resurgence of vinyl records, listening to music has its own negative effects.

But some artists, bands and labels are trying to do something about this. We have spoken to people turning their creative minds towards reducing the impact of the music industry – and helping in the fight against the climate crisis.

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