Green Festival Stories: Energy
Find guidance and inspiration on how festival organizations can minimize the environmental impact of the energy supply in four case studies selected by Future Festival Tools.
Chris Johnson shares his how to guide to measuring event emissions
Chris Johnson shares his guide to measuring event emissions. With these insights, measuring the carbon footprint of your festival becomes as simple as a few conversations, collecting some information, and putting it into a free online tool.
Massive Attack publish Tyndall for climate change research live music roadmap
Following an extremely difficult & frustrating period for live music during the COVID19 pandemic, Massive Attack are now pleased to publish and offer as an open resource to our industry the Roadmap to Super Low Carbon Live Music, commissioned by
The GEM-Stage is a stage that runs on solar energy, wind energy and hydrogen
The GEM-Stage (Green Energy Mill) is a hybrid, foldout, eye-catching stage that runs on solar energy, wind energy and hydrogen.
Online Smart Power Plan Tool
This tool is designed to calculate in advance how much power your production requires, the tool will enable event organisers to employ alternatives to conventional diesel generators, therefore, improving efficiency, minimising diesel consumption & reducing CO2e & tailpipe emissions by
Festival Fuel Tool
Find out your event’s energy rating and compare it to industry averages in less than a minute
When and how to offset carbon?
In the paper "Putting a price on carbon" produced by Julie’s Bicycle and the Arts Council England you will find information about carbon offsets, what they are, and some alternative models