We are really pleased to have teamed up for another year with our friends at Robertson Taylor W&P Longreach (RT) to offer discounts on the cost of insurance for festivals that adopt green initiatiRead more →
About the AwardSince 2007, the award scheme has been running each year and allows us to work closer with the worldwide festival community; actively helping festivals to adapt or refine their behaviour and become more environmentally conscious.
How to apply
All you need to do is:
- Get in touch - deadline 30th April 2014 to express your interest in the 2014 awards
- Pay the application fee
- Complete and submit a self-assessment form one month before your event
- Provide us with two passes to your event
How Much?The standard assessment fee is GB£210, US$350, CAN$375, AU$315, €320 or local equivalent. (plus any additional expenses where applicable, by pre-arrangement with festival only). This must be paid prior to your event.
Full ReportWe now offer an optional analysis and report for £500 per festival. Due to popular demand we now offer an additional service of analysis and a report following your assessment, detailing areas for improvement and recommendations. This will provide a more in depth breakdown of your performance against our criteria.
Latest Award News:
We are really pleased to announce Robertson Taylor W&P Longreach (RT) as the headline sponsor for the Greener Festival Awards Scheme for its 6th year running. RT have been the main sponsor of theRead more →
The Arctic Monkey’s performance at Glastonbury picked up the best headline gong and Download picked up Best Major Festival at the UK Festival Awards at the Roundhouse in Camden last night, hosteRead more →
Forty three proud winners of the prestigious 2013 A Greener Festival Award have been announced by A Greener Festival. Each Festival has to sign up to a strict check list of environmental good practiceRead more →
AGF are putting a call out to all events organisers considering entering this years A Greener Festival Awards. Since 2007 the awards scheme has grown beyond our expectations. Now more than 40 festivalRead more →
Yes they are flags. Yes they are made out of recycled tents and recycled wood. And yes, people want them! Our wonderful Greener Festival Awards have been handed out in London to some of our deservingRead more →