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Linkin Park Supports Campaign to Light Haiti with Solar Bulbs
Together with United Nations, Linkin Park will be bringing electricity to Haiti. With just $10 donation, the band asks for help to light up Haiti with solar bulbs
According to the lead vocalist of the band, Mike Shinoda, they chose Haiti because the country is experiencing energy poverty. He cited that about 8 million people who don't have access to electricity are in Haiti.
With only $10 donation to Power The World, one solar light bulb will be given to a family who only relies on a candle or kerosene for a light. And more than just helping the children study and their parents work at night, the campaign also provides clinic light for continued medical services even after dark.
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“Linkin Park is an award-winning band. With multiple nominations and recognitions from various award-giving bodies in the United States and Europe, you can definitely say that they're one of the most popular bands of today's generation?”
“But did you know that they are also green musicians?”
“This holiday season, Linkin Park is bringing solar light to Haiti as part of the United Nation's 2012 International Year of Sustainable Energy for All campaign. The band chose Haiti as it is still struggling to get everything back together after the very destructive 2012 earthquake that hit the country. Also, out of the 1.3 billion people who live without electricity, 8 million of them are from Haiti.”
“At $10 donation to the Power The World, one solar light bulb will be given to every Haitian family without electricity. With the campaign, Link Park asks for support not just for children to be able to study and their parents to be able to work but also for medical services to be provided even after the sun sets.”
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“The Grammy-award winning band Linkin Park is making Haiti’s holiday season bright by bringing solar light to the country, as part of the United Nations’ 2012 International Year of Sustainable Energy for All campaign.”
“Ever since the tragic and damaging earthquake, Haiti has struggled putting the pieces back to together. Now, thanks to a little help from the band and supporters of Music for Relief, a renewable, clean solar light bulb can be given to the country.”
“We chose Haiti for this project because the country faces severe energy poverty,” Mike Shinoda, Linkin Park’s lead vocalist said. “There are 34 million people in the Western Hemisphere who have no access to modern energy; 8 million of them are in Haiti. By helping Haiti we can make a huge impact, so it’s a great place to start.”
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There are many ways to go green and help others and the planet. And artists like the Linkin Park supporting green campaigns is a big help to spreading the 'green word'.
However, apart from utilizing solar energy, there are many other ways to help preserve the earth. As MyCleaningProducts said, one of them is the use of green cleaners in everyday cleaning routines.
Though it's just a simple step, the site stated that it could be a big help to the planet especially that almost everybody can take part in it. Thus, it highly recommends the use of green cleaning product.
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