Driving environmental & social change in the events industry

Green Events is working towards a resilient ecosystem for the events of tomorrow. We accelerate the ecological and social transition through advisory services, impact programs, and education via this platform and various initiatives. We do this proactively or upon request from event organizers, professionals, brands, suppliers, national government, provinces, municipalities, and NGOs. Are you with us?

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ADE Green

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Circular Festivals

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Future Festival Tools

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ADE Green 2024:
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ADE Green – the pioneering conference during Amsterdam Dance Event in October. The full-day schedule entails diverse workshops, panels, inspiring keynotes and short-format programs with artists, influential thought leaders and industry experts from renowned institutions and initiatives. To ensure you don’t miss out on program updates or reduced pre-sale tickets, we highly advise you to pre-register to ADE Green 2024!

Recent articles and industry updates

Vision: 2025’s Sustainable Materials & Waste Management Toolkit created in collaboration with Julie’s Bicycle was launched earlier this month at the AIF congress and an online webinar.

The event charity ecolibrium celebrated a milestone in its community’s collective impact: reaching over £650,000 invested in climate projects to address the impact of travel at events.

The online database and network of women and nonbinary people in the music industry female:pressure has recently published their 2024 FACTS report about gender distribution of artists at electronic music

Imagine a world in which event-goers arrive in electric vehicles and plug their car in to start powering the event itself. How would this work?

NATURE is being registered as an artist on various music streaming platforms – starting with Spotify and Apple Music – owning rights to its own sounds. For the first time,

New water quality regulations adopted by the EU are likely to impact festival operations and costs. Read all about it in this article by Chris Johnson.

This ADE Green program explored how bamboo can shape the European events industry in the next decade when it comes to scenic design, regenerative farming and socio-economic factors. Rewatch it

Mac Macartney's keynote during ADE Green 2023 is a must for all creatives, thinkers, and leaders who will shape the electronic music industry of the future. Watch it now!

There are a huge number of startups that improve the festival sector and make it more sustainable. For the new Festival Sustainability Lab project, Innofest has drawn up a list

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