Sting on Rainforests: "If We Don't Do Anything, it will Completely Go"

In a wide-ranging interview for @katiecouric, Sting and Trudie Styler described their commitment to saving the rainforest, the key to their long relationship, and tantric sex.

Sting and Trudie have been advocates for rainforest protection since 1989, when they were invited to go deep into the Brazilian rainforest to meet the Kayapo people and saw the devastating impact logging and oil exploration had on the ecosystem first-hand.

Katie Couric sat down with Trudie Styler and Sting ahead of their 17th Rainforest Foundation concert at Carnegie Hall.

  • Clifden Kennedy


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