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Vision: 2025’s Sustainable Events Summit (SES) will return to the Showman’s Show for the 9th edition, on Wednesday 23rd October 2024. Supported by The

60 festivals are taking part in a pioneering project to establish a green events code of practice across England. Creative climate non-profit Julie’s Bicycle,

Anaïs Biaux is the Head of Festival Networks at Without Walls, a network of 35+ festivals and arts organisations bringing innovative outdoor arts to

Fund the update of the pivotal state of industry Show Must Go On Report, to shape festival and outdoor events sustainability. Vision: 2025 has

Lucy Scrase is the Chief Operations Officer and Sustainability Lead at Ourea Events, organising high profile mountain running events across the UK. Lucy has

Involved Productions’ three core labels, Anjunabeats, Anjunadeep and Reflections are celebrating Earth Day in 2024. The group’s biggest sustainability drive to date, this Earth

How is the changing climate affecting events, and how can event teams respond by building resilience into their sustainability strategy? In this blog, Andrew

Sarah has been working for We Group since 2017 and heads up the OPS team. She has always been passionate about safeguarding the future

Vision: 2025 was delighted to participate in the MUTA Member’s Day, March 6th, at The Belfry, contributing a presentation and joining a panel discussion:

Vision: 2025 welcomed new steering group members to the UK Outdoor Events Environmental Steering Group this week, expanding the group to include more perspectives

Now in its 12th year, 2023 saw Love Saves The Day return to Ashton Court for its second edition at that location, where their

Vision: 2025 and Julie’s Bicycle launched a Sustainable Materials and Waste Management Toolkit for Festivals at AIF Congress, Bristol, Feb 1st, 2024. If you