Organising and producing events requires significant transport capabilities. Materials need to be transported to the event, international artists, speakers, and athletes often arrive by plane (depending on the event), and visitors generally arrive en masse by fossil fuelled cars. That’s why it is important for event organisers to carefully consider how they can limit their event’s mobility emissions.
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Ecolibrium’s 2023 edition of the Green Travel and Transport Guide
Get the new Green Travel & Transport Guide, containing new best practice and research of event-related travel and its impacts, and inspiration for changes.
Green Festival Stories: Travel
Find guidance and inspiration on how festival organizations can reduce travel emissions in three case studies selected by Future Festival Tools.
New report: live music audiences and travel choices
A new report, From carbon footprints to cultural influence: engaging live music audiences on travel choices, has launched on 30 November 2022.
Ecolibrium’s Sustainable Travel Guide for Artists and the Music Industry
Recently, ecolibrium has launched their latest resource: a guide that provides up-to-date information, best practice tips and inspiration to empower the live music industry to understand and take action on its greatest carbon impact: travel.