Want to see what the Campus Consciousness Tour is all about?! Check out the video and be whisked onto campus with Drake, O.A.R., Guster, Ben Harper, environmental student groups, Reverb, and the students that make it all happen each spring and fall.
- The first CCT was in 2006 with Guster
- The Tour has reached over 1 million students at 90 colleges and universities
- Concert attendance: 2,500 - 12,000 students per concert
- Past headliners include Grammy-winning Ben Harper, college favorites O.A.R. and Guster, and hip hop sensation Drake
Drake, the CCT 2010 Spring headliner, talks about what his experience with the Campus Consciousness Tour.
Check out the photobooth shots from the Drake 2010 Spring Campus Consciousness Tour! Jump on over to our Facebook page to tag yourself and your friends (and become a fan!).
This spring, we brought exciting, interactive programming to each college campus we visited. Students had a chance to compete for prizes, and could snag a sweet tee by showing support for their student organizations.
|HeadCount hit the road with us on the Ben Harper & Relentless7 tour with Reality Check, their popular eco-trivia game! They were joined by the Sierra Student Coalition and a student organization on each campus. Test your knowledge, win signed artist merchandise, Brita Filter For Good water filters, and other sweet prizes!|
Eco-friendly screen printing from Studio 3 was a big hit, with t-shirts and tote bags from Anvil's eco-collection. On the Drake tour, you could find us on your campus during the day. If you caught us on the Ben Harper & Relentless7 tour, you could visit us in the nightly Eco-Village at each concert to score a shirt! Studio 3 is an eco-conscious textile collaborative specializing in revitalized vintage and organic cotton home textiles, live screen printing events, and community outreach.
We are pleased to welcome Passion Pit to the Fall 2010 Campus Consciousness Tour!
Half rock tour, half environmental campaign, CCT aims to inspire and activate students in an electric atmosphere while leaving a positive impact on each community the tour visits. In addition to educating and mobilizing students, the tour includes many greening elements and is run to have a minimal environmental footprint.
- Biodiesel-fueled buses and trucks
- CO2 offsets
- Recycling and composting stations
- Biodegradable catering supplies
- Eco-friendly cleaning supplies
- Organic, local food in catering
- Sustainable merchandise
- Online student toolkit
- On-site Eco-Village at each concert featuring national environmental non-profit partners and local student groups
- Daytime activities on each campus
- Greening website for fans
- Service projects
- Matt Walt, Howie Cusack and all at Pretty Polly Productions
- Andrew Johnson, Erica Schair, and Diane Boyd
- Kathy Kane, Bonnie Raitt, Annie Heller-Gutwillig and all at ARIA Foundation
- Special thanks to Stonyfield Farm for their ongoing support
The Campus Consciousness Program is an initiative of the non-profit organization Reverb. By educating, inspiring, and activating students and administrators, the program has a positive, lasting impact on each community and campus that the tour reaches.
Founded in 2004 by Guster's Adam Gardner and environmentalist Lauren Sullivan, Reverb educates and engages musicians and their fans to take action toward a more sustainable future by providing comprehensive greening programs for concert tours, while conducting grassroots educational outreach to activate concert goers at concerts and online. Reverb.org
Check out the video (above) and the photo albums (below) to learn more about the annual Campus Consciousness Tour.
Compiled by college students, for college students, the Campus Consciousness Toolkit pools the best online resources to help turn your idea into action!
Click on the drop-down menus below to check out easy ways to fund your project, view similar projects at other schools, and take your idea beyond your campus with student fellowships and scholarships.
AASHE | Collection of funding mechanisms for campus sustainability.
CAMPUS PROGRESS ACTION GRANTS | Apply for an organizing grant or progressive partnership.
DINING HALL CALCULATOR | Coming in early 2010, this calculator quantifies the carbon impact of food production, processing, distribution, preparation and disposal.
RECYCLING/WASTE CALCULATOR | Calculate the recycling and waste produced by your school with this Excel-based tool.
AASHE'S STARS COLLEGE RATINGS | A voluntary, self-reporting framework for gauging relative progress toward sustainability for colleges and universities.
SIERRA STUDENT COALITION | This youth-let chapter of the Sierra Club connects a broad network of high school and college-aged youth from across the country working to protect the environment.
CLEAN AIR-COOL PLANET | Profiles of colleges across the country, and highlights of their sustainability and environmental efforts.
AASHE | A resource comprised of applications for AASHE's Campus Sustainability Leadership Awards.
NWF'S CAMPUS ECOLOGY | A bi-monthly newsletter covering campus projects that are breaking new ground in climate action and sustainability.
CLEAN AIR-COOL PLANET'S CLIMATE FELLOWS | A competitive, prestigious program designed to pair outstanding students with challenging real-world opportunities to propel society toward a low-carbon future.
|HeadCount inspires participation in democracy through the power of music. Looking beyond elections, they channel the shared energy of the live music experience into an organized movement, uniting artists and fans to drive change. HeadCount.org|
|The Hip Hop Caucus and Green For All partnered to create Green The Block, a national campaign that supports and empowers communities of color to be a driving force in the clean-energy economy through education, awareness, and service. GreenTheBlock.net|
|The Hip Hop Caucus organizes young people in urban communities to be active in elections, policymaking, and service projects. With nearly 700,000 members, the Hip Hop Caucus created the "Respect My Vote!" campaign and co-created the "Vote or Die!" campaign with P Diddy. HipHopCaucus.org|
|Green For All works in collaboration with the business, government, labor, and grassroots communities to create and implement programs that increase quality jobs and opportunities in green industry. GreenForAll.org|
|The Sierra Student Coalition is a network of youth working to protect the environment. The SSC is a chapter of the Sierra Club, the nation's oldest and largest grassroots environmental organization. SSC.SierraClub.org|
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Anvil is a leading apparel brand offering over 100 styles of sportswear and accessories in 80 colors, including 15 eco friendly styles in fibers such as organic cotton, recycled cotton, transitional cotton (or cotton in conversion) and recycled polyester from PET bottles. Anvil was recently ranked the 6th largest organic program in the world by the Organic Exchange. AnvilKnitwear.com
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