Update on our work dedicated to improve policy at regional level, fostering creation of favourable conditions for green film and TV production.
Andrej Kolencik and Admiral Films have created a series of short films with an important message.
A long and a short version produced by Romanian Green Screen partner Bucharest Ilfov Regional Development Agency.
On learning from GS partners that electrical cabinets were available to location filming crews to plug into, FL began a research into adopting this in London.
An analysis of paper usage of a TV production and the savings in paper, using integrated paperless solutions, and savings in carbon footprint.
The first week of December was a busy one for the film and TV industry in London. And good news! Green was part of the conversation.
Film London hosts Green Filmmaking and Cinema event during London Climate Action Week.
The latest good practices and other updates. Investment support in France, Sustainability at events and a cost efficient sustainable crafty table etc.
The Malaga film festival has opened its doors to sustainable filming, inviting the Green Screen conference organised by Promálaga to join the festival events.
Green practices in the film industry in focus at Pixel Skåne's film festival, arranged in Ystad.
The European Commission announces the 25 finalists for the RegioStars awards 2020.
It’s the story of a greener, younger and embracing Europe.
Read the interview with Paolo Marengo, Program Manager at ACR+, about the impact of COVID-19 on waste collection and management.
Discover the results of the BLUEISLANDS project, bringing innovation in waste management for a sustainable tourism.
Read about the recovery plan to return Europe to growth while tackling long-term challenges.
Have you seen the new virtual exhibition celebrating the 30 years of Interreg anniversary already? Explore it now and meet projects from all over Europe.
206 projects compete in RegioStars awards in 2020. Now is your time to vote and support your favourite project(s).
On 7 June, the Policy Learning Platform hosted an online discussion on the topic of safety in public transport in times of COVID-19.
Preparing for Re-use of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE): Best Practice by Social Enterprise
Social employment project Tussenstop (De Kringwinkel, Belgium)