Last update: June 26th, 2019 at 2:00 pm
In 2008, singer Jack Johnson used profits from touring to create the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, a nonprofit working to promote positive change in environmental, arts, and music education. He donated 100 percent of profits from his touring between 2008-2013 to environmental charities. He has a “Tour Greening Report” on his website that helps fans track the ways he and his crew are working to minimize the environmental impact of the tour. He has also been named a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for its Environment Programme.