Neil Young's New Website Is a One-Stop Primer on Going Green

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Neil Young attends the press conference at FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island during 'Farm Aid 30' on Sept. 19, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois.

Environmental activism has been a constant in Neil Young’s long career. As he continues to promote his 2015 album The Monsanto Years, he’s launched a new website that’s basically a one-stop shop for all your online environmental causes.

It’s called, accompanied by the mantra, "It takes a village to keep the free world rockin’.” The new site is organized into a handful of green-friendly categories, including reversing climate change, organic agriculture, fighting for ecology, banning genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and sharing news outlets friendly to the cause. 

Neil Young's Corporate Targets Respond to Being Called Out on His New Album

The Monsanto Years takes its name from the company Monsanto, which produces genetically engineered seeds. Staunchly opposed to the process, Young oversaw the creation of a mini protest doc titled Seeding Fear. Monsanto objected to the film’s content and likened it to “pirating an album… knowing what you're doing is illegal and that it will result in criminal charges if caught."

Check out the doc below:

Neil Young crafted the Monsanto Years album with the backing band Promise of the Real. For their backstory, check out the video below:


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