You may think alternative rock band Linkin Park is all about teenage angst -- but, they're out to prove you wrong.
The rock stars have pledged to join forces with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on his "Sustainable Energy for All" initiative, which seeks to get universal access to modern electricity services by 2030.
There's a great video you can watch (below), which illustrates the struggle of a young girl who does not have the same conveniences so many of us take for granted each day, when we come home from work and tune out by turning on the television or playing around on the Internet.
Want to learn more? Check out Power the World, here.
DiD yOu KnOw? .... Linkin Park has previously done work towards lighting up the world with We Care Solar, a project which delivers lighting kits to medical clinics in Uganda to help doctors during childbirth. Learn all about it, here.
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VIDEO: "Numb" by Linkin Park
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