Powerful Thinking Launches 4th Annual Festival Industry Green Survey
Powerful Thinking, the live events industry think-tank, has launched its 4thannual Festival Industry Green Survey. First run in 2015 by Powerful Thinking, with support from the AIF and AFO, the Festival Industry Green Survey provides information on how the industry is doing in terms of sustainability and helps Powerful Thinking identify how to support positive changes.
The survey asks event organisers what sustainability practices they have in place and about their aspirations and priorities for the coming year. All participants to complete the survey will be entered into a raffle to win a free ticket for the Green Events & Innovations Conference 2019 on Tuesday 5th March 2019 at the ILMC.
Information collected through previous surveys significantly contributed to the Show Must Go On report (2015) and the launch of Festival Vision: 2025, a shared vision for a sustainable festival industry. The survey was repeated to track progress in 2016 & 17 and now three years on, with 75 UK festivals having taken the Festival Vision: 2025 pledge, Powerful Thinking want to find out, and report back on industry progress.
Please complete the survey by 21st December. The winner will be announced in January 2019.
About Powerful Thinking:
Powerful Thinking is a not-for-profit think-tank, working together to drive positive change for businesses, audiences and the environment. Steering Group members include: Julie’s Bicycle, Kambe Events, Festival Republic, The Association of Independent Festivals, The Association of Festival Organisers, Shambala Festival, The Nationwide Caterers Association, A Greener Festival, Plaster PR, National Outdoor Events Association, Bestival, ZAP Concepts, and The Production Services Association.
Press contact: Bethan Riach [email protected]/ 07841558445
Photo credit: Shambala Festival
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