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Could music streaming have a negative impact on the environment?

Photo by Alice Moore on Unsplash

A study from Oslo and Glasgow concluded, although music consumption nowadays uses less plastic and non-recyclable materials, now streaming releases more carbon emissions.

Reporter Phoebe Humphrey finds out why this is.

Guests

Pat Monaghan, Rocksteady Records Owner

Contributors

Phoebe Humphrey

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