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Join the last in the series of #WeMakeTheFuture Webinars – ‘Speak Up & Speak Out to Lead Change’ this Wednesday December 9, 2-3pm.

This year the annual outdoor event industry green survey asked the community to share how COVID-19 is affecting environmental ambitions for the future. The survey received responses, representing more than 100 UK outdoor events and festivals with an estimated combined audience of almost 2,000,000. Read the results…

Fridays For Future youth-led climate groups have launched global climate concerts in over 40 countries scheduled for April and October 2021

Vision: 2025 caught up with Johnny Palmer, owner of Pytch (formally known as SXS) to find out about his part in providing 100% renewable power for Bristol Youth Strike for Climate at the now legendary Greta Thunburg Rally in February 2020

This month we meet Lara Deffense, as she shares her thoughts in our Event Industry Leader Q&A. Lara is an inspirational young producer for

Julie’s Bicycle hosts the next webinar in the Vision: 2025 #WeMakeTheFuture Autumn series, 25 Nov, 2-3pm. The topic is Circular Economy and The Outdoor Events Industry with Patricia Yagüe, Live Nation Europe and Paul Schurink, Green Events Netherland.

In this month’s guest blog Mark Denbigh, Head of Production & Programme at Norfolk & Norwich Festival (NFF), shares his journey to establishing sustainability at the heart of an event and organisation.

Marie Sabot is an Associate Director of We Love Art, and has been making electronic and alternative music scenes buzz for the past 20 years as Director of We Love Green festival in Paris. This November we were delighted to invite Marie to share her answers to our 20 Event Industry Leaders questions.

Vision: 2025 talked to Paula Birtwistle, Green Champion of Culture Weston, about running sustainable events in Weston against the backdrop of the COVID-19 events desert.

In this guest blog Megan Best from sustainable event solutions company, Native Events, explores the theory of the adaptive resilience cycle and how it applies to the future of the festival industry.

This month Andy Fryers answers our 20 Industry Leaders Questions. Andy joined Hay Festival as Sustainability Director in 2007, having worked in a voluntary capacity for the Festival since 1995, and has helped them become genuinely pioneering in their sustainability practices.

Selena Donald is the founder of The Bulb, a sustainability consultancy for event organisers, brands and NGOs she has recently authored a guide to Sustainability, Safety and Events in a Post-Lockdown Era. In this blog she discusses the effects of coronavirus and climate change on and lays out clear actions for events, business and policy makers.