Ninja Tune and Beggars Group have announced plans to become carbon negative.
As part of ongoing commitments toward sustainability, Ninja Tune, home to Big Dada and Technicolour, alongside 4AD, Matador, Rough Trade, XL and Young's parent company Beggars, have shared plans on how they intend to become carbon negative over the next decade.
Burning Man will host a virtual conference on environmental sustainability this Friday (17th).
Burning Man Project, the wider non-profit behind the annual festival, launched a new live virtual events platform, Kindling, earlier this year. After sharing the trailer for an upcoming Burning Man documentary earlier this month, Burning Man have revealed the next event for Kindling: Ecosystem Activation: Year One Report - Sustainability Roadmap.
A record has been made from recycled plastics.
The brainchild of Mercury Prize winner Nicky Mulvey, Cornwall-based Sharps Brewery, Keynvor and vinyl manufacturing company Tangible Formats, the 10-inch record is the first of its kind ever made.
Made with plastics found on the coastlines of Cornwall, the record is entitled 'In the Anthropocene', and profits from physical sales and digital streams will go to UK-based charity, Surfers Against Sewage.
Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has announced the full programme for its forthcoming sustainability conference
Taking place as part of this year's outing on Friday, October 18th, ADE Green at DeLaMar Theater will feature various workshops and panels centering on "sustainability, innovation and social change in the music industry".
Amongst the events on this year include panels focusing on Airmiles, responsible plastic use and event waste. Go here to learn more about ADE Green.
Ultra Miami is to extend its sustainability initiative for next year's festival.
Dedicated to decreasing the environmental impact of the festival, the ‘Mission: Home’ initiative will include a significant decrease in single-use plastics, an enhanced recycling program and a "leave no trace" policy.
Live Nation have pledged that five of the biggest UK festivals will go plastic-free by 2021.
The international promoter have confirmed Download, Latitude, Leeds, Reading and Wireless festivals will all have the single-use plastic ban in place by 2021, with a long-term goal of making all Live Nation venues, clubs and concert halls zero-waste by 2030.