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Live Earth set out to be different. The moment we started planning our concert events for July 7, 2007, the Live Earth Green Team aimed to bring them as close to the ideal of â€œzero net impactâ€ as we possibly could.Leave Us Your Comments
Live Earth set out to be different. The moment we started planning our concert events for July 7, 2007, the Live Earth Green Team aimed to bring them as close to the ideal of "zero net impact" as we possibly could. We projected our energy and resource use, developed a plan to mitigate our impact, and held everyone accountable for success. Disclosure of the process and results is an essential step for setting benchmarks and making event-over-event, year-over-year progress.
After an 11-week accounting and audit, here is the Live Earth Carbon Assessment & Footprint Report. In the end, we achieved more than we ever thought possible. This report shows you how we did it, what some other events have measured and where we think the industry should be in terms of carbon performance. As more and more live events plan, reduce, measure and report, we will move the industry forward.
EXPLORE THE LIVE EARTH CARBON ASSESSMENT & FOOTPRINT REPORT HERE.
READ THE FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE.
Here are additional tools that you may find interesting:
- Live Earth Event Guidelines
The Live Earth guide to greening a live event.
We hope you will share with us your comments and thoughts.
Live Earth Green Team