Our role is to organise, facilitate and inspire musicians and the broader industry to make changes to improve our environmental performance, from energy use to packaging and waste to transport. Through leading by example and bringing our audiences along with us, we can create deep, cultural change.
A central focus of our activities is to stand in solidarity with First Nations people, who have been protecting this land for tens of thousands of years and have the knowledge and culture to guide us back home. Our campaigns for environmental change cannot be successful without honouring and normalising First Nations leadership, and centralising and amplifying their voices.
WHAT IF THE MUSIC INDUSTRY WENT GREEN?
What if every festival and venue in Australia banned single-use plastics and supported the reusable revolution, producing little to no landfill waste?
What if every artist could tour carbon neutrally and offset their impact on the planet?
What if artists fostered the creation of a new normal, which placed First Peoples First and sought to centre Climate Justice?
What if the industry’s stages, events, studios and transportation had a positive impact on the planet?
What if musicians became the cultural voice for inclusive environmental change, using their sphere of influence to lead audiences and governments into a greener world?