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Vision 2025 Green Directory members White Light, Pro AV and SFL are UK based companies, within the d&b Group, offering free access to the

Arena Group delivers some of the world’s most iconic sporting and cultural events; through their environmental strategy they are committed to tackling the issue of

Following a rigorous assessment, technical solutions specialist White Light (WL) is now a certified B Corporation (B Corp), joining a socially and environmentally conscious

Walthamstow Garden Party is a free community-powered festival delivered by local residents, the Barbican and the London Borough of Waltham Forest, attracting over 30,000

Ndau Festival of the Arts is a community-based organisation in Chipigne area, Zimbabwe focusing on arts, culture, environment and climate change. The organisation was

Photo credit: Marc deGroot for Festival Republic Live Nation Entertainment, announced their Green Nation charter in May 2019, setting out global sustainability goals and

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In this blog we ask industry leaders what trends they expect and what to look out for in 2024. Plus, a preview of the

Vision: 2025 and Julie’s Bicycle have launched a 12-month pilot with ten local authorities including Manchester, Bristol and Reading, to test how the Green

The new Purple Guide Chapter on Environmental Sustainability was launched at Vision 2025’s Sustainable Event Summit, Oct 18th 2023. Chris Johnson (Vision: 2025 Chair)

Focused on creating effective climate communication campaigns, the ‘Getting the Message Across’ panel at #SES23 runs in collaboration with Music Declares Emergency. Chaired by

In this guest blog, Richard Phillips, Climate Change & Sustainability Specialist for Music at Julie’s Bicycle, shares Julie’s Bicycles current work with Attitude is

Vision:2025, the UK outdoor event industry’s steering group for environmental sustainability, has been funded and commissioned by the Event Industry Forum’s (EIF) Purple Grants

In this month’s Green Leader Q&A we speak with Artur Medes, one of the co-directors of Boom Festival and the Being Gathering, two transformational

Vision: 2025’s Sustainable Event summit will return to The Showman’s Show in October 2023 for its eighth edition. The team at the Showman’s Show

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

In this 8th year of the annual Industry Green Survey, 119 festivals and events with a combined audience of over 2.1 million took part,

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

The Future Festival Tools are a comprehensive toolkit for festivals which allow event professionals to assess where they are in their sustainability journey, be

Code to provide clear minimum standards and shared targets for sustainability. Launch supported by the organisers of large-scale UK festivals including Reading, British Summer

Vision 2025 and Future Festival Tools present the programme for the Sustainable Events Summit: with thought leaders, industry experts and policy makers, informing and

The Future Festival Tools will beta launch the Sustainable Events Summit, 19 Oct 2022, 12.50-13.30pm, with Richard Phillips, Climate Change and Music Specialist at

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

Vision: 2025 and Powerful Thinking have partnered with Access All Areas to deliver two sustainability-focused panels at the Event Production Show, 8th March, at

Survey shows 100% support for developing industry-wide green standards In December 2021 Vision: 2025 launched a consultation for a ground-breaking industry Green Code of

Vision: 2025 launch a consultation for ground-breaking industry Green Code of Conduct, to provide clear minimum environmental standards for all UK outdoor events. Why

Vision:2025 welcomed a packed audience for its ‘Journey to Net Zero’ conference at The Showman’s Show, 20th October 2021. Arena sponsored the Vision: 2025

We are delighted to launch a new knowledge hub to help our growing network of over 500 outdoor events and businesses take climate action.

In February Vision: 2025 was invited to host a session at the AFO conference, the ‘Counting What Matters and Making it Count‘ session bought

For our June Green Leaders Q&A we spoke to Pauline Bourdon, Sustainability & Social Cohesion Coordinator at Team Love, Bristol. Pauline lectures in Events Sustainability

Catch up on the final edition of the #WeMakeTheFuture webinar series: Speak Up & Speak Out to Lead Change: With Chiara Badiali from Julie’s

In this guest blog Pauline Bourdon, Sustainability and Social Cohesion Coordinator at Team Love, shares her experience of working on Breaking Bread, a pop-up, socially distanced, drinking & dining experience in Bristol – and of researching and producing a report detailing the Social, Economic and Environmental Impacts of the event.

We are very happy to kick off our Event Industry Leaders Q&A for 2021 by speaking with Chris Rutherford, co-founder of Boomtown Festival.

Vision:202 team member, Natasha Martirosian, shares the gold from her MSc in Environmental Policy and Management on creating a policy framework for the future sustainability of UK festivals.

The Vision: 2025 team are delighted to be hosting a session at the Association of Festival Organisers’ (AFO) 34th conference on Saturday 20th Feb, on the how and why of measuring the environmental impacts of events.

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 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.

The July 2020 launch of the 5th annual event industry green survey has been refocused, to understand the impact of COVID-19 on sustainability ambitions, and provide an opportunity for event organisers to share their plans and needs for reducing their carbon impacts when events return.