It’s almost here…we promise!
From tweets galore to posts on Treehugger, Sustainability Digest, NicerNews, and more, we’re starting to see the first ripples of excitement for 1% for the Planet: The Music, Vol. 1. The 1% album will be available starting January 5 at music.onepercentfortheplanet.org and at online music retailers like iTunes and Amazon. Offline, you can purchase an Eco Download card, which is constructed of 100% recycled materials and provides a unique code to access all 41 tracks from the 1% music website. If you happen to live near a Patagonia retail store, you’re in luck–the Eco Download cards are available in most locations during December and beyond.
Check out the early buzz on the album and stay tuned here for updates over the next few weeks. At $10 for 41 tracks comprising the first music compilation dedicated to supporting the environment, purchasing 1% for the Planet: The Music, Vol. 1 just might be the easiest decision you’ll make in 2010.