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Yesterday, Green Deal Circular Festivals held a special online session during the Dutch Week of the Circular Economy.
Read more about Circular festivals call to take the initiative to contribute to international climate goals
On 10 February, GDCF organises 'How Circular Festivals Can Contribute to Global Climate Goals', an online meeting in which members of the GDCF working group and experts, thinkers and doers from inside and outside the live sector share their ideas about making the festival industry more circular.
Read more about How Circular Festivals Can Contribute to Global Climate Goals
The annual Industry Green Survey of outdoor festivals, conducted by the Vision: 2025 network of outdoor events and businesses taking climate action for the 7th year running, provides a snapshot of sustainability practice across the industry.
Read more about Industry Green Survey 2021 – Results and Analysis
This year important steps were made in reaching the global climate goals of zero emission and limiting global warming to a maximum of 1.5’C. Last November during COP26 the Glasgow Climate Pact was agreed upon by almost 200 countries and in July, the EU published the Fit for 55 package.
Read more about Green Deal Circular Festivals: the festival industry’s contribution to global climate goals
The food we eat accounts for about 28% of global CO2e emissions.
Read more about How much CO2e can a meal emit to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement?
The Renewable Trias Energetica provides festivals with an efficient 3-step renewable energy model.
Read more about Renewable Trias Energetica: The path to emission free, renewable energy at your event
The LCA Centre, commissioned by Rijkswaterstaat and in collaboration with Plastic Promise, has published a scientific study on the environmental impact of different types of plastic drink cups for events.
Read more about Reusable or recyclable cups: which is the most sustainable choice at events?
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