Vision 2025 loading now

GovernanceCase studies

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

Immersa Ltd was founded 4-years ago with the core purpose of providing all energy consumers, large and small, with bespoke analysis and complete renewable

GovernanceNews

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.