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The following is from the April 10, 2007, edition of The New York Times.

Sheryl Crow Starts Global Warming Tour

Live from SMU

 • ABC's Good Morning America on the main quad
 • News Conference
 • Clip from the Concert
 • Fox 4 News story



Sheryl Crow and Laurie David are joined by SMU cheerleaders, band members and other students live Monday on the set of ABC's Good Morning America.
See a slide show of the event.

DALLAS (Reuters) - Singer Sheryl Crow began a bus tour of U.S. colleges to raise awareness about global warming on Monday, one of several high-profile celebrities to take up the cause of climate change.

Crow, a Grammy award winning singer/songwriter, will speak about the issue and sing at the college stops.

``I am here because the more I learn about global warming the more I feel compelled to do something in my own way whatever that is,'' she told reporters at Southern Methodist University in Dallas as the tour began.

Accompanied by global warming activist Laurie David, Crow is traveling in a biodiesel-powered bus to university campuses with a final stop in Washington for Earth Day on April 22. Read the full story.


Related Links

 • Stop Global Warming Website
 • Tour News Release
 • Sheryl Crow
 • Laurie David
 • The Dallas Morning News: Crow the activist visits SMU
 • The Kansas City Star: Sheryl Crow goes green for college tour
 • The Daily Campus: Stop Global Warming College Tour begins

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