Chuck has been the keyboardist for The Rolling Stones for more than 30 years. Prior to joining The Stones, he was a member of The Allman Brothers Band — receiving a Lifetime Achievement Grammy in 2012 for his tenure with the band. Chuck has performed and recorded with many of the world’s most prominent musicians, including George Harrison, Eric Clapton and John Mayer. In addition to his musical career, Chuck is one of the nation’s most respected voices for land conservation and the environment. In 1999, Chuck and his wife were named National Tree Farmers of the Year.
MillerCoors and Mother Nature Network are hosting a live Twitterview with MillerCoors Director of Sustainability Kim Marotta. Join us on Twitter @MillerCoors and @MotherNatureNet on Wednesday, September 19, at 2 p.m. EST.
Just tweet your questions with hashtag #GreatThingsonTap and Kim will respond To participate, you must first follow @MillerCoors and be 21 years or older.
Curious about the topics of discussion? Here are some of the questions our readers have already submitted for Kim:
Q1. How do beverage companies conserve water?
Q2. How much water goes into a barrel of beer?
Q3. Let’s talk about sustainability. What is MillerCoors doing to reduce its water consumption?
The Clean Water Act has a birthday coming up, and we’re taking a look at our most essential natural resource: water. Check out the links below to learn more about water pollution and conservation.
- The Clean Water Act turns 40
- You’re using more water than you think
- How polluted is U.S. drinking water?
- 5 cheap ways to save 1,000 gallons of water
- 10 innovative ideas that let us live on water
Did you know that Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell co-founded Mother Nature Network? The popular musician, whose piano and keyboard work has been heard on the works of Eric Clapton, Train and The Allman Brothers, is also a long-time tree farmer and an authority on forestry and conservation.
What’s Chuck been up to lately?
He recently released his new book, ‘Growing a Better America,’ which discusses urban planning, high-speed rail and other ways to reduce the impact of the growing U.S. population. Leavell has also been recording with John Mayer and making appearances nationwide to discuss forestry, conservation and other environmental issues.
You can catch Chuck this Saturday and Sunday on ‘Huckabee’ where he’ll be a primetime guest on the popular Fox News Network show. You can also check out Chuck’s recent interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN below.
Keep up with Chuck and all the MNN news by following the Mother Nature Network Editors’ blog.