Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
We’re going green this month for our September special features, bringing you a selection of editorial articles relating to environmental and sustainable practices for the public and live events industry. We will be covering a variety of issues and solutions for both events and suppliers including event waste upcycling initiatives Australia-wide as well as a guide to sustainable travel on tour. We’re also going to be chatting with sustainable waste management experts Clean Vibes and going behind the scenes with them on one of their projects.
We’ve hunted down the best eco-friendly stage and event fabrics for multiple different uses on site. We declare glitter is out, eco alternatives are in. We look at best practices in venues with a spotlight on ICC Sydney who are taking charge against waste, and we investigate the major Australian festivals striving to be more sustainable. And that’s not all – stay tuned for more!
We chat with sustainable waste management experts Clean Vibes and go behind the scenes with them on one of their projects.
The NSW Government today announced its roadmap to recovery, revealing the path forward for all NSW, both vaccinated and unvaccinated.
Brand X will be operating a brand-new creative studio under the City of Sydney agreement, set to open early next year.
Check out the recipients of Round 19 of the Queensland Destination Events Program (QDEP).
Australian touring freight company Live Event Logistics partnered with the Association of Artist Managers to offer the AAM Live Event Freight Grant.
The second round of funding applications for the South Australian Government’s Regional Event Fund will be closing at the end of the month.
We chat with fabric and textile experts ShowTex and Pattons about shopping for eco-friendly fabrics to suit venues and events.
Organisers of THIS THAT and Scene & Heard Festivals have today announced the postponement of their 2021 events.
A guide to a number of reuse and recycle initiatives across the country that will take and upcycle much of your event or event business waste.
During a press conference yesterday, Victoria State Premier Daniel Andrews announced Melbourne’s roadmap out of lockdown.