Sustainability at EBU Future Festival Tools partner Holger Schmidt (GO Group and YOUROPE) was part of a session organized by EBU (European Broadcasting Union) on sustainability on the 7th of June. Holger talked about our project as part of the session that addressed questions around sustainability, what it means in practice and what it means
MEET THE TEAM Want to find out a little more about the Sustainable Festivals EU Erasmus+ project, want to meet the partners who are making all of this possible, then just keep reading… Festivals and outdoor events are/were a large and growing industry. March 2020 saw the devastation of the sector for 2020 with a
Ways festival goers can become sustainable! Refills! Rather than hoping the water bottles you buy will be recycled, you could simply not buy them at all. Grab a refillable water bottle and coffee cup. There are usually drinking-water taps on site to refill from and any coffee stall worth its oat milk will be happy
Get inspired by the UK’s Most Sustainable Festivals from 2019 What: Shambala Festival Where: A secret country estate in Northamptonshire www.shambalafestival.org Shambala is something of a pioneer of the sustainable festival experience. Over the last five years it’s reduced its carbon footprint by an impressive 81% and won a number of awards for its efforts.