Top Stories from Tonic: Inside 'We Are the World', Getting Deep at Sundance, The Future of Travel, Football's New Green Stadium, and More!

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Josh Groban gave us an inside look at how the incredible remake of the song "We Are the World" went down in Los Angeles. "The vast number of artists and the breadth of genres represented there was unbelievable." KC Baker has the full story on how the song will benefit Haiti.

In his very first contribution to Tonic, "green filmmaker" Greg Reitman -- producer of the 2008 Sundance Audience Award-winner, Fuel -- goes in search of deeper topics on the icy streets of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The full series of clips can be found here.

Tonic took a trip to the second annual National Geographic Geotourism Summit in Washington DC to get the scoop from business leaders whose businesses range from resorts in major cities to eco-tours run in rural villages. Jill K. Robinson brings us stellar examples of wisely managed tourism and innovative destination stewardship from all around the world.

The matter of the actual team is unsettled, but what is certain is that whoever will be playing in the NFL's proposed Los Angeles Stadium will be in the league's greenest venue. David Bois tells us all about the first LEED certified stadium here.

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