Green Music Australia launches the Green Action Program (GAP)
December 07, 2021
MEDIA RELEASE - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Green Music Australia, in partnership with Australia Council for the Arts, launches an 11-week bootcamp for music businesses, the Green Action Program (GAP)
Green Music bolsters its board credentials
October 14, 2021
Green Music Australia - Australia’s premier organisation leading environmental change in the music industry - is thrilled to welcome First Nations singer/songwriter Nidala Barker (NIDALA) and music industry veteran Marcus Seal to its Board...
A Greener Scene
May 19, 2021
Green Music Australia and the City of Stonnington present A Greener Scene, a series of online community events looking at sustainability in music with live discussions from Stella Donnelly (singer-songwriter), Cecil Coleman (Body Type, Elefant Traks),...
Climate Fridays Songwriting Competition
July 13, 2020
School Strike For Climate and Green Music Australia invited all school-aged musicians to submit their best original song about climate justice or the environment, for their chance to perform their song in a Climate...
WOMADelaide's successful switch to reusables
May 26, 2020
In 2020, WOMADelaide (WOMAD) – one of Australia’s best loved and most environmentally friendly music festivals – joined forces with Green Music Australia to reduce their waste output. The four-day event, held in Adelaide’s...
In Hearts Wake announce new carbon-neutral album
May 18, 2020
Aussie metalcore band In Hearts Wake are releasing their fifth studio album ‘KALIYUGA’ on August 7, 2020, but with an awesome green twist. The band will minimise their environmental footprint on the release by...
Water in the Arts
February 22, 2020
Water Without Waste: Melbourne music venues ramp up effort to go plastic free! Green Music Australia’s flagship waste campaign, BYOBottle, continues to gather steam, thanks to an exciting new partnership with iconic music venue,...
Touring green around Australia - a case study from German band Hanne Kah
February 07, 2020
Emissions are inevitable when a band tours, but there is a lot you can do as a touring band to reduce the ecological footprint you leave on this earth. We are Hanne Kah, a...
The Lost Lands and their refill revolution!
July 09, 2019
The Lost Lands festival is widely regarded as a leader in environmental sustainability, cultivating creativity and music in a family-oriented space. In 2018, the festival took a green leap forward; eliminating all fossil fuel-based single-use plastic...
Iconic Melbourne music venues join 120+ Australian artists to fight plastic pollution!
July 08, 2019
Green Music Australia is kicking off Plastic Free July with several iconic Melbourne music venues in tow! The Corner Hotel, Yah Yah’s and Northcote Social Club have all joined the fight against single-use plastics, pledging to cease using plastic water bottles...