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Green Leader

A monthly bite-size Q&A on the Vision:2025 website & newsletter to over 3000 outdoor event industry professionals, that spotlights people in the events industry who have made a significant contribution to sustainability.

Our aim is to profile inspiring people and practices, keep the conversation about sustainability alive in the outdoor events industry in an engaging way, share human stories and ideas, and continue to build a community around climate action.

Meet our Industry Green Leaders below….

Wiebke Schumacher has been working in the music industry for almost 20 years. She started in PR for large concert and festival promoters and

Selina founded The Bulb in 2015 to champion sustainability and legacy in the Live Events Industry. Selina has been part of high-profile projects including

 Anna has worked in the music industry for over a decade including festivals Shambala, Love Saves the Day, Glastonbury, and Boomtown Fair. She is

We spoke to Jed Dowling, Festival Director at Dublin Pride, to ask our 20 questions about his journey in event sustainability. Jed has been

Kristine Barenholdt Bruun is Head of the Circular Lab at Roskilde Festival, she has worked in the field of sustainability and entrepreneurship for 10+

Chris has been a climate activist in the festival space for over a decade. He is co-founder and Sustainability Lead of Shambala festival, Chair

Zak Avery is an event producer, community builder, menswork facilitator and nature-based practitioner. His work has largely focused on sustainable fashion and community oriented

As a former festival producer, Rob has a very practical approach to sustainability at events. He is Sustainability Coordinator for Eurosonic Noorderslag (ESNS), a

Jo Blick is a Waste Reduction Specialist founded the first UK event recycling company in 1989, she is a freelancer with event waste management company

Nathan Jackson, Head of Production for Walk the Plank takes our Industry Green Leader Q&A this month. Walk the Plank is one of the

Helen Harland has worked as an Event Manager at Manchester City Council for 10 years. Involved in event delivery, commissioning and supporting others to

Ben Robinson has founded and directed multiple festivals over the last 20 years. Having launched Kendal Calling in 2006 and overseen 15 sell out