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Are you working to effect sustainable social change in your organisation? 

Have a clear picture of where you want to reduce the negative or increase the positive impact? Find inspiration and practical information about communications, measuring impact, innovation, and leadership here. 

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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 now!

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!

Yourope, the European festival association, has released the European Green Festival Roadmap 2030, a comprehensive guide designed to assist European festivals and events in adopting sustainable practices.

An interview with Artur Medes, one of the co-directors of Boom Festival and the Being Gathering, two transformational and change-making festivals. Artur is part of the board of APEFE- Portuguese Association of Shows, Festivals and Events, has a degree in

Find guidance and inspiration on how festival organizations can reduce travel emissions in three case studies selected by Future Festival Tools.

Discover FUSION: a EU-funded partner project that created a set of tools to help festivals, organizations and young innovators to turn their ideas into reality.

Have you used the Future Festival Tools yet? Have you used our self-assessment tool, read our Green Festival Stories or tried our training course? There’s still time to give us feedback – share your thoughts by taking part in our

Native Events founder Megan Best reflects on her time at last year's COP26 and brings to the forefront how long overlooked changes can be part of the pathway towards widespread societal change, transition and implementation.

One major music festival invited EU climate boss Frans Timmermans to speak — but activists point to greenwashing and a lack of transparency.

Read all about circularity at Body & Soul in Ireland: sustainability and wellbeing has always been at the very heart of the festival’s foundations; and this year was no different, when the festival finally returned.

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.

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.

Are you looking for free tools to develop your event sustainability skills? Future Festival Tools is coming to the European events industry in 2022, read on to find out more!

In this Q&A, Rob van Wegen, the Sustainability Coordinator for ESNS shares his inspiration, the highlights of his career and ambitious plans for the future.

Lyke Poortvliet is talking to Sylvester Lindemulder about regenerative thinking, festivals and Basecamp Festival (The Netherlands)

The Creative Climate Tools from Julie's Bicycle will provide an interactive, user-friendly experience, on an open-source and more collaborative platform and will include carbon budgeting, planning, and integrated access to guides and learning resources.

The GEM-Stage (Green Energy Mill) is a hybrid, foldout, eye-catching stage that runs on solar energy, wind energy and hydrogen.

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

Currently, almost every European festival runs on polluting diesel generators for power supply. Read here the current power developments in the event industry.

GEI returns to London's Royal Lancaster Hotel on Feb 27. Featuring diverse topics from transport to climate justice, the conference boasts expert panels unveiling exclusive research on festival accessibility, sustainability, and green festival impact.

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You can! We work on commission, and we’ll come on board for projects where we can make a positive impact. We’re making the events industry more sustainable by building partnerships and focusing on practical solutions and innovation.