Resources

The Show Must Go On and Vision2025

By Powerful Thinking
The show must go on report defines the current impact of the UK festival sector based on Julie’s Bicycle benchmarks, discusses where there is potential for reduction based on precedents from across the industry, and presents a concise overview and proposed roadmap for reduced carbon impact at festivals in-line with UK targets as defined in the Climate Change Act 2008. The report aims to inspire the festival industry sector to lead by example in achieving impact reduction targets. Vision 2025 calls for festivals to pledge their commitment to achieve a 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.

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Creative Responses to Sustainability: Asia Europe Foundation

By Asia Europe Foundation and Yasmine Ostendorf
Since 2015,
culture360.ASEF.org has been publishing Creative Responses to Sustainability, a series of country-specific guides looking at creative responses to sustainability in different countries in Asia and Europe including Singapore (2015), Korea (2016), Indonesia (2017), Australia (2018), Portugal (2019), Spain (2019) and a spin-off in the series on the city of Berlin (2017).

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Julie’s Bicycle CG Tools

By Julie’s Bicycle
Free online carbon and environmental calculators to record and understand your venue, office, tour, production, event or festival’s environment impacts. Completing the CG Tools is the first step towards being awarded Creative Green certification.

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Ressource0 Arts&Ecologies

By COAL
A media resource centre and collaborative platform managed by COAL to enable the cultural industries to exchange ideas on culture and develop collaborative projects.

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albert

By albert
A carbon calculator and certification scheme that estimates the environmental impact of screen art (film and TV) production. Predict your footprint, report it to broadcasters and funders, and compare it against our database of over 1,000 productions.

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