Sheryl Crow Goes Green For College Tour

Sheryl Crow is pictured in Los Angeles, in this March 20, 2006 file photo.
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Sheryl Crow, riding aboard a bus that uses biodiesel fuel, is on an 11-stop college tour to raise awareness about global warming.

Accompanying the Grammy-winning singer is Laurie David, who produced the film on climate change, "An Inconvenient Truth," which won the Oscar for best documentary earlier this year.

Each stop on the tour will include remarks by David, a short performance by Crow, clips from "An Inconvenient Truth" and a dialogue with students, according to Crow's Web site.

"The more I learn about global warming, the more I know that we all have to do something to be a part of the solution," Crow, 45, said in a statement. "I am thrilled Laurie and I have the opportunity to go on the road and combine our efforts to educate the next generation on how they can make a difference."

The "Stop Global Warming College Tour" opened Monday at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. It ends April 22, Earth Day, at George Washington University in Washington.

Other stops: Texas A&M in College Station; Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge; Loyola University in New Orleans; the University of Alabama at Birmingham; the University of Florida in Gainesville; Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro; Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.; the University of Virginia in Charlottesville; and the University of Maryland in College Park.