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Esther Koshari is sustainability manager and finance controller at Paradise City Festival, a 12,000-capacity event in a 90-hectare nature park in Brussels. Esther is

The Association of Independent Festivals and Vision: 2025 present – Sustainable Waste Management at Festivals: Easy Wins and How to Work with Contractors to Get Results,

Vision: 2025’s recently launched Toward Zero Waste Festivals Report identified a knowledge gap amongst event organisers about waste regulations and what to ask contractors.

Philip Hellberg is one the founders of the non-profit SNNTG; an association that voluntarily organise the annual SNNTG festival, and other events around Hanover,

The Zero Waste Festival Report was created through in-depth stakeholder interviews, specialist knowledge from Resource Futures, input from an industry working group and a

Désirée Messmer manages the staff and volunteers at OpenAir St. Gallen and SummerDays Festivals in Switzerland, which are part of Gadget abc Entertainment Group;

Through the Zero Waste Festivals Project, Vision: 2025 are on a mission to better understand the waste landscape at UK festivals in 2023, so

We are inviting Local Authorities to express interest in joining a project to explore the implementation and use of the national Green Events Code

A sector-leading partnership launched the Donut Assessment Tool for Events (DATE) at LAEOG’s Event Production Show panel, to pilot implementation of the national Green Events Code with local

The Event Industry Forum (EIF) has awarded Vision: 2025 a grant to lead on development of the Green Events Code, for the Outdoor Events

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

In this guest blog Green Events Netherlands explores the environmental impact of food and drink at events and shares three inspirational ‘Green Festival Stories’