Breathing rock and roll attitude at Midi Festival

At the 2012 Midi Music Festival over three days, Greenpeace activists joined with musicians and music lovers to witness a haze that hung over the Beijing sky. Together they sent a deafening roar full of attitude and determination to solve the country's air pollution problems.

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At the 2012 Midi Music Festival over three days, Greenpeace activists joined with musicians and music lovers to witness a haze that hung over the Beijing sky. Together they sent a deafening roar full of attitude and determination to solve the country's air pollution problems.