​Billie Eilish's "WHERE DO WE GO? WORLD TOUR" Will Strive to Be Eco-Friendly

She announced the green initiatives on 'The Tonight Show'
​Billie Eilish's 'WHERE DO WE GO? WORLD TOUR' Will Strive to Be Eco-Friendly
Photo: Morgan Hotston
Billie Eilish recently mapped out a 2020 world tour in support of her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, and now she's revealed plans for making it as eco-friendly as possible.
The 17-year-old singer appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday night (September 27) and explained that she's partnered with a non-profit called Reverb to incorporate green initiatives into the "WHERE DO WE GO? WORLD TOUR."
"So there's no plastic straws allowed, the fans are going to bring their own water bottles, there's going to be recycle cans everywhere, because it's like, if something's recyclable, it doesn't matter unless there's a recycle bin."
There will also be an "eco village" at every stop on the tour, where fans can get information about climate change and how to combat it.
The "WHERE DO WE GO? WORLD TOUR" kicks off next March and includes a Canadian stop in Vancouver on April 11.
Eilish previously addressed climate change in a video with Woody Harrelson, prior to their appearance on Saturday Night Live on Saturday (September 28).
Watch Eilish's segment on Fallon's show below.