Jack Johnson has released his All At Once Campaign 2014 Tour Impact Results.
The singer/songwriter took painstaking actions to minimize the environmental impact of his tour, and collaborated with over 150 community groups focusing on plastic free initiatives, sustainable local food systems, and other hands-on environmental projects.
As a result of the collective efforts made during the Jack Johnson 2014 Tour, he was able to:
• Eliminate over 21,192 single-use 16 oz. plastic bottles from going into the waste stream as a result of band, crew and fans refilling reusable water bottles at the All At Once Water Stations provided by Klean Kanteen at the shows.
• Support 35 local farms with the purchase of locally grown and organic produce for band and crew catering.
• Divert 489.5 pounds of waste from the landfill, through recycling and composting efforts at the shows.
• Source over 10,054 gallons of sustainable biodiesel to fuel tour trucks, buses, and on site generators.
• Offset an estimated 2,268,481 pounds of CO2 through green touring efforts and fan participation.
• Promote & support 50 pre-show community events hosted by All At Once Non-Profit Partners, involving more than 10,800 volunteers.
• Donate over $400,000 directly to All At Once Non-Profit Partners through the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. An additional $650,000 was leveraged by these organizations through the All At Once Matching donation program.
To read the full Impact Results, click here.