How cities reduce the environmental impact of cultural events – a free series of three episodes
In the framework of the ROCK EU funded project, EUROCITIES and Julie’s Bicycle are launching “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 situation.
Cities are uniquely placed in the race against climate change, and culture can build resilience for change to come and lead cities to a more sustainable future. This series will be the opportunity to promote what cities are already doing to adapt culture to projected climatic changes, to raise awareness about sustainability issues in the cultural and creative sector and to showcase how culture contributes to the European Green Deal and Sustainable Development Goals.
Now is the time to act for a better world!
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Each episode will feature a guest speaker to introduce some conceptual elements linked to the focus of the day; a training module for participants led by our partner Julie’s Bicycle; illustrative case studies from EUROCITIES members.
Episode 1, 23 April 2020, 11.00-13.00 CET. The episode will focus on governance and planning and how sustainability can be inscribed in cities’ strategy, illustrated by local examples from Liverpool and Nantes. Zoom registration link.
Episode 2, 30 April 2020, 11.00-13.00 CET. The episode will focus on environmental impact management and a run through the main environmental impact areas and key actions for reduction, illustrated by local examples from Bologna and Leeuwarden (TBC). Zoom registration link.
Episode 3, 07 May 2020, 11.00-13.00 CET. The episode will focus on how to better communicate around sustainable cultural events, illustrated by local examples from Edinburgh and Malaga. Zoom registration link.