GEI Conference 2012

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GEI Conference 2012

Resources & downloads from the 2012 edition of our Green Events & Innovations Conference.

Green Events & Innovations 2012
Held at the Southbank Centre
Friday, 16th March 2012

Festival Food

Presentation by Sustain:
The alliance for better food and farming, advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, enrich society and culture and promote equity. It represents around 100 national public interest organisations working at international, national, regional and local level.

For more information, see:
www.sustainweb.org/
www.foodlegacy.org
www.ethicaleats.org

Contact:
melissa@sustainweb.org or  kelly@sustainweb.org

Resources:
Presentation by Sustain here (PDF File)
Sign the Food Legacy Pledge

Panellist Links
http://eat.st/kings-cross
http://www.vegware.com/index.php
http://www.squidandpear.com
http://www.croissantneuf.co.uk
http://www.eden-caters.co.uk


Eden Caters
also provided catering
for the conference.

A Greener Festival Awards

Analysis of the 2011 Awards by Nicolas Pianet

Apply for A Greener Festival Award 2012:
Contact: awards@agreenerfestival.com
Sponsored by: www.robertson-taylor.com

Water

Belu Water – http://www.belu.org
Festival Loos – http://www.festivalloo.co.uk/loos.php / Contact: will@festivalloo.co.uk
Natural Event – http://www.naturalevent.com.au
WaterMills – http://www.watermills.net/ / Contact: info@watermills.net
WaterAid – http://www.wateraid.org/uk

What’s New In Film & Television

An introduction to ‘Albert’ – the Carbon emissions calculator for the TV & Film Industries.

Presentation by Richard Smith (BBC)
‘Who Is Albert?’ Brochure (PDF File)

More information on Albert on the BAFTA website, here: www.bafta.org/albert
Contact: albert@bafta.corg

Germany:
Carbon  Film Quote http://www.carbonfilmquote.com

The Economics of Green

Independent Article: Going Green on the Festival Scene
Guardian Article: Can A Music Festival Ever Be Considered ‘Green’?
Landfill Tax: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landfill_tax

Panellist Links:
Green Man Festival website
Shambala Festival website

Other Resources:
Love Your Tent Campaign
<a href=”/wp-content/uploads/GEandI_Resources/Glastonbury_Economic_Impact_2007.pdf” target=”_blank”> – Glastonbury Festival Economic Impact Report (PDF File)
UK Music – Destination Music (PDF File)

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