Project good practices

Circular economy (CE) initiatives can help the film industry in reducing the waste and material-related environmental burden of audiovisual productions.
Location: Région de Bruxelles-Capitale / Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium (Belgique-België)
Project: Green Screen
The Ecoprod Charter is a standard for AVP companies to commit to a continuous improvement process, raising awareness and implementing eco-friendly measures.
Location: Île de France, France
Project: Green Screen
Inspired by VAF and its calculator, Promálaga developed a methodology easy to use by the AVP sector with the aim to increase awareness and foster improvement.
Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)
Project: Green Screen
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) serve as a moral compass for film professionals. Human and recognisable they appeal more to the imagination than CO2.
Location: Région de Bruxelles-Capitale / Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium (Belgique-België)
Project: Green Screen
The vision of Skane is to be Northern Euroep’s most sutainable region for events. This guide aims to motivate and inspire event organisers to work more sustaina
Location: Sydsverige, Sweden (Sverige)
Project: Green Screen
The purpose is to identify companies/suppliers that can deliver sustainable products and services for film and TV productions in the Ystad-Österlen region.
Location: Sydsverige, Sweden (Sverige)
Project: Green Screen
The Grid Project is a study to assess the feasibility of supplying green energy to Unit Bases used by film & TV productions filming on location in London.
Location: Inner London - East, United Kingdom
Project: Green Screen
Creating platforms for environmentally aware UK cinema establishments to share bespoke knowledge with network peers striving to be more sustainable.
Location: Inner London - East, United Kingdom
Project: Green Screen
The CNC (French national film center) supports the film sector’s ecological transition by introducing green criteria in existing industry funds.
Location: Île de France, France
Project: Green Screen
Cost analysis shows a sustainable crafty table is not more expensive than a conventional one! On the contrary, overall it is more cost-effective to go green.
Location: Other, Afghanistan
Project: Green Screen
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