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Green Events and Innovations shapes up

GreenEventsInnovationsAd2013Climate Week is Britain’s biggest climate change campaign, inspiring a new wave of action to create a sustainable future. As part of Climate Week, we are running our GREEN EVENTS & INSPIRATIONS conference at the ILMC music conference in central London on Thursday March 7th.  The Agenda is almost complete, with confirmed panels and presentations on food waste, camp site waste and the ‘Love Your Tent‘ campaign, sustainable power at festivals, managing festival waste, the 2012  research in the audience’s views on green initiatives at festivals by Bucks New University, a special focus on Finland, The Greener Festival Awards scheme 2013 and the carbon cost of ticketing. Registration details here .

This is the fifth edition of Green Events and Innovations and the conference always attracts top speakers and top delegates. This year we are delighted to be supported by ID&C and the Association of Independent Festivals. Confirmed speakers include Chris Johnson (Shambala Festival), Holger Jan Schmidt (Green Operations Europe), Rick Storey (Love Your Tent), Andy Mead (Firefly Solar), Bill Egan (Aggreko), Rob Scully (Croissant Neuf Summer Party), Andy Willcott (Critical Waste), Clive Phillips (Green Box Events), Elina Levula and Salla Koivusalo (Greening Events Project, Finland), Jacqui Reeves & Rebecca Sarll (Fareshare South West), Teresa Moore (Bucks New University),  Sam Chapman (Edinburgh University) and Dave Newton (WeGotTickets).

cw-logo 2013Culminating in a week of activities, Climate Week showcases practical solutions from every sector of society. Each year, half a million people attend 3,000 events in Britain’s biggest ever environmental occasion. Events are run by schools, businesses, charities, councils and many others.

You can help accelerate action on climate change by making Climate Week happen where you are. Ask an organisation or group you know to start planning an activity now for Climate Week in March 2013 – 1,700 events are planned already!

 http://www.climateweek.com/