Live Earth

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Live Earth was a series of concerts held on July 7, 2007, and were organized by Al Gore, who used to be the vice president. Inspired by Live Aid and Live 8, Live Earth was held to raise awareness about global warming. It was held in cities on every continent in the world, even Antarctica, and stars like Madonna and the Foo Fighters came out to help.

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Africa
Coca Cola Dome Randburg near Johannesburg  South Africa
North America
Giants Stadium East Rutherford near New York City  United States
National Mall Washington, D.C.  United States
South America
Copacabana Beach Rio de Janeiro  Brazil
Asia
Makuhari Messe Chiba near Tokyo  Japan
Tō-ji Kyoto  Japan
Oriental Pearl Tower Shanghai  China
Oceania
Sydney Football Stadium Sydney  Australia
Europe
Wembley Stadium London  United Kingdom
HSH Nordbank Arena Hamburg  Germany
Antarctica
Rothera Research Station British Antarctic Territory

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Wembley Stadium (United Kingdom)[change | edit source]

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Giants Stadium (East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States)[change | edit source]

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National Mall (United States)[change | edit source]

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Sydney Football Stadium (Australia)[change | edit source]

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Coca Cola Dome (South Africa)[change | edit source]

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Makuhari Messe (Japan)[change | edit source]

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Tō-ji (Japan)[change | edit source]

HSH Nordbank Arena (Germany)[change | edit source]

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Copacabana Beach (Brazil)[change | edit source]

Oriental Pearl Tower (China)[change | edit source]

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Rothera Research Station (Antarctica)[change | edit source]

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