23rd April 2020
23 April 2020, 11.00-13.00 CET
ROCK invites you to ROCK Green Streams – a free series of inspiring talks and presentations on how cities reduce the environmental impact of cultural events, streamed during the coronavirus pandemic.
As a business-critical issue, environmental sustainability must be accounted for in all decision-making. This first episode of ROCK Green Streams focuses on good environmental governance.
In this first episode, the training module looks at the drivers for green governance as they apply to cultural events – and how event organisers can put the procedures, policies and practices in place so that sustainable events can run smoothly. Cities are sharing their own practices: Liverpool developed Green guidance for local cultural institutions as part of their environmental agenda; and Nantes Métropole initiated the REEVE network of sustainable events, now an association amplifying actions beyond the scope of Nantes Métropole's support services.