Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Talks Dirty Coal at Bonnaroo, and More


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With 80,000 people, America's biggest music fest is a colossus. But Bonnaroo keeps making good on its commitment to get greener each year. TreeHugger Radio chatted at length with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. who is calling people to civil disobedience in Appalachia to fight mountaintop mining. We also heard from director Robert Stone about his forthcoming Earth Days documentary, and get a ukalele-accompanied song from Norweigan band Katzenjammer.

Also, check out our on-the-ground coverage of the green and not so green, and see why Andrew Bird no longer tops off with biodiesel.

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