GEI Room 1
10:30 - 11:30

The live events industry has been all but grounded for almost year, which has had devastating economic ramifications on most of us. But it can’t be denied that the air pollution and GHG emissions that have been avoided during this hiatus on events have offered both the planet and our personal health, a much needed respite.

The negative impact of audience, production crew and artist travel remains one of the greatest challenges that the live events industry faces in its fight to reduce emissions. So can the latest innovations in low-carbon mobility really make a difference, or do we need to permanently reduce how much we travel to and from events?


Liz Warwick
Lansdowne Warwick Sustainability Consultancy (UK)