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/ 8 July 2007

Stars rock the globe for climate change

Some of the world’s biggest pop stars from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Madonna and The Police played Live Earth concerts worldwide on Saturday to urge fans and governments to fight global warming. Spearheaded by environmentalist and former United States vice-president Al Gore, the concerts spanned over 22 hours, ending at Rio’s Copacabana beach and a New Jersey football stadium.