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In partnership with iSystain, Green Music Australia has launched AMIDESI - Australian Music Industry Database of Environmental and Social Impact - A sector-wide platform used to collate environmental and social impact data for the Australian Music Industry.


AMIDESI will promote transparency, and enable the sector to gain knowledge of its historical and current environmental and social impact, understand key trends and challenges and identify improvement pathways. Green Music Australia’s aim is to unite the industry around shared goals and help our sector set ambitious targets in line with global climate change commitments.

AMIDESI will have the ability to:

  • Collate quantitative data for measuring environmental impact (e.g. electricity use, kWh and waste tonnage)
  • Identify metrics (e.g. reduction in electricity use %) and apply calculations to make the data useful for decision-making and / or compliance
  • Establish baselines (e.g. metrics from a particular year) and set targets against which to demonstrate impact and value
  • Visualise the data using dashboards and performance monitoring tools to identify trends (e.g., decreasing carbon emissions) or potential issues (e.g. sudden spike in landfill waste)

AMIDESI utilises iSystain’s cutting-edge software powered by data driven design, smart formulation tools and rigorous quality checks. The result is datasets an organisation can not only rely on but understand. 

iSystain’s Director and co-founder Jenni Mulligan, a huge fan of Australian music, worked with Green Music Australia to prepare the platform:

My Co-Founder Don Smy and I are excited to share our technology with Green Music Australia in support of their sustainability data collection and reporting objectives.  We're inspired by their vision of uniting the Australian music sector to capture and share data that will help inform and transform for a greener planet.

To review the AMIDESI Data Quality and Integrity Framework, click here


About iSystain

iSystain was created by Systar Pty Ltd, a Brisbane based company founded by Jenni Mulligan and Don Smy in the early 2000s.