This guide is intended to inspire meeting and event organisers to work more sustainably. Use the checklist to tally your points on the sustainability work.
Good practices, updates and more about sustainable filming in Europe.
Green Film Criteria for the Southern Swedish Context. A case study of sustainable film production
and carbon footprinting.
December 13th the Flanders Audiovisual Fund organizes a dissemination event in Brussels for arthouse cinemas, cultural centres, film festivals and distributors.
Ile-de-France welcomed 30 professionals to show the work it has been doing since 2009 on eco-production within the Ecoprod collective project.
A list of agencies, organisations and initiatives to act as a sign post for anybody interested.
Read about opportunities and challenges for the AVP sector and their suppliers.
On a workshop visit to Castel Film Studios outside Bucharest, partners had the opportunity to exchange good practices about sustainability in studio spaces.
Green Screen's first newsletter is out. Read all about saving money and energy and more on productions.
Screen Brussels has launched a road map for sustainable filming. Part of the content is based on the work from Green Screen partner VAF and Tim Wagendorp.
Read about the participation of the Norte region of Portugal in European Territorial Cooperation programmes from the European Union.
During the Europe let's cooperate event, the Policy Learning Platform organised matchmaking sessions on different subjects and themes. Take a look.
Follow up on your event experience. Download the presentations or watch the video recording. Take a look at the photo gallery or connect with the attendees.
#EUinmyRegion is in full swing! You can get involved in this EU-wide campaign to encourage citizens to discover European projects near them.
Would you like to receive hands-on feedback from European peers on implementing regional policies? Apply for a peer review now!
Two e-brochures presenting EU impact in Ireland, focusing on people and regions.
Following the Monitoring Committee that took place in Sinaia in March 2019, version 7 of the programme manual has been approved and published.
Approved projects from the fourth call will benefit from a new simplification measure: the costs of phase two will be paid in a lump sum.
Interreg Europe has approved 74 projects from the fourth call.
#ECDay2019 is kicking off. Host and run your own event. Join the interactive exhibition or sign up for the video competition.