Jack Johnson may be busy touring Australia, but he’s never too busy to show love for the planet!
The singer, who had his Sydney concert cancelled mid-performance last night due to an electrical storm, joined musician Ziggy Alberts at Whiting Beach this morning to pick up rubbish.
“It was beautiful to spend the morning in the Sydney Harbour where we gathered with family, friends and some of our incredible All At Once non-profit partners to clean Whiting Beach, close to the iconic Sydney Opera House,” Jack shared on Instagram.
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“There are some amazing efforts taking place to restore Sydney Harbour, including the Seabirds to Seascapes project to bring back biodiversity by restoring kelp fields and seahorse habitat.”
Jack is well-known for his world-wide beach cleanups, eco-friendly concerts and efforts to promote sustainability, particularly in Hawaii where he and wife Kim, founded the Kõkua Hawai’i Foundation to support environmental education in local schools and communities.
On top of it all, his 2022 Meet the Moonlight tour has been working with concert venues to reduce single-use plastic, provide water re-fill stations for audience members, aim for zero waste through recycling and composting initiatives, providing eco-friendly merchandise using reusable materials and offsetting carbon emissions through donations to climate positive projects.
Jack’s next stop on his Aussie tour will be Melbourne before he heads to New Zealand.
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