A collection of useful and downloadable documents. Feel free to download and share.
Take a look at how Keo Films effectively communicate all their green efforts to the wider team
A summary of the things you can and should recycle.
This Guide is intended to assist lighting directors, studio managers and production teams create low energy lighting designs and improve working practices in television productions.
A joint guide from Media Greenhouse and Powerful thinking summarising options and case studies for the Screen Arts when working on location.
This guide was created by Powerful Thinking, the event industry think-do tank on sustainable energy. It offers comprehensive advise on power alternatives and efficiency for everyone involved with events.
Ideas for best practise for sustainable catering in the studio and whilst working on location.
Creativity vs Climate Change
Closing down a production office? Spare a thought for the creative potential that’s trapped inside your stationary and make sure it gets a good home.
Creativity vs Climate Change poster courtesy of Do The Green Thing.
On average, travel contributes 30% to the environmental footprint of a production. Luckily there is a lot we can do about that. Be a super hero, ask your cast and crew to share cars, don’t fly in the UK, hire efficient production vehicles and consider how editorially, on-screen transport choices can influence viewers.
Even an efficient long run production can gobble up 2 million sheets of paper a year. End-to-end that would stretch for 600 km. Scripts, movement orders, call sheets or menus: When you need to print, do so on both sides of the paper.
If you have a cast and crew of over 200 working on location, chances are you’ll dispose of well over 200 bottles per day, but is doesn’t have to be that way. Why not provide reusable water bottles, or better still, ask people to bring their own.
Be your own person, BYOB.
Efficient vehicles can save big bucks and countless carbon. Whether hiring unit vehicles, taxis, couriers or production run-arounds; look for the greenest option.
Whether it is paper in production, clothes in costume or mascara in make-up; use it up or donate it to others.
The sustainable production wheels are a turnin’, don’t get left behind – you might look silly.
There are plenty of ways to reduce the environmental impact of your production.
Your route map to sustainable services, action and support for sustainable media makers in the UK.