WEBINAR: The Green Roadmap for the Cultural Sector. Environmental Lunchtime Discussion.
The green roadmap for the Norwegian Arts and Culture Sector aims to provide an overall status, set specific goals and propose measures to reduce the climate footprint in the sector. Project manager of the road map, Linnéa E. Svensson, will present the outline and discuss with you - are we there yet?
There is a high level of awareness and demand for sustainable and green initiatives in the field of culture. However, the arts and culture sector lacks unifying guidelines and tools to make an appropriate transition to green production. The sector itself wants to take ownership of the needed green shift and help develop the roadmap and identify effective measures and measures for more sustainable operations. Through close dialogue, it also becomes easier to encourage political intervention where we encounter regulatory obstacles.
The road map will be launched on the 9th of March.
About the speaker
Linnéa E. Svensson is a lecturer at the Institute for Communication and Culture at the Norwegian Business School (BI) in the area of Bachelor for Creative Industries Management, specifically Event Management. She has a cand.mag degree from the University in Oslo and BI with a major in Social Anthropology. She has since 1997 worked with festivals, conferences and other events in the areas of project management, production, sponsorship and sustainability. She is a sustainability consultant working in the event industry, the author of the Sponsorship Handbook for Festivals, the Environmental Handbook for Outdoor Events and Environmental Handbook for Norwegian Sports as well as other practical guides in Sustainability. She is one of the co-founders of the European network and think tank for sustainable events and music festivals; Green Operations Europe.
About the event series
The OSEH Environmental Lunchtime Discussion series consists of short, 15 minute presentations by invited guests, followed by a discussion. We invite speakers from a wide variety of fields, both academic and beyond. The presentations are accessible and are aimed at anyone with an interest in environmental issues. All are welcome.