California music festivals adopt green mindset

Three of the big musical events taking place in the Golden State are recognized for and take extra effort to be as sustainable as possible.It is no longer breaking news that California is in the midst of a severe drought, so this summer it may be in the best interest...

Festivals leading the green revolution in Bristol, UK

There’s no escaping the important role Bristol is playing in the battle against climate change as the 2015 Green Capital and with so many festivals taking place in the city, it follows suit that these two elements would tally up.With millions of people...

A Greener Music Festival

Glastonbury festival is one of the biggest festivals in the world. During the course of the festival around 2,000 tonnes of rubbish are generated. So what happens to it? This year the Glastonbury organisers hope to recycle more that 50% of it, and have a small army of...

BALÉLEC FESTIVAL: The First SWISS Event 20121 ISO Certified!

Seven years after the first Swiss Festival to certify its environmental management system ISO 14001: 2004, the organizing committee is pleased to announce that it was awarded by the certification body ProCert 20121 ISO: 2012 for its new management system integrating...

Rethinking Trash, Trust and Eight Days

We’re getting there, but a waste free Roskilde Festival is still a long way to go. In the mist of an eight-day sensational ride, some of us still forget what happens, when you leave something behind. How do we improve waste mentality? Funny as it may seem, climbing...

Shanghai Fashion Week

The 2011 Shanghai Fashion Week and after event party were explorations of the relationship between fashion, sustainability and the power of culture to influence ideas about new social concepts. It was produced as an event designed to promote the concept of ‘E-Fashion:...