Research & Case Studies
Rewash Revolution: Strawberry Fields 2019
January 25, 2021
In 2019, Strawberry Fields Festival launched a new reusable crockery system, Rewash Revolution. Born out of a desire to solve the problem of disposable culture, Rewash Revolution combined the determination and expertise of a...
Case Study - WOMADelaide's successful switch to reusables
April 01, 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...
Research - Bettercup's reusable cups are better than compostable!
November 20, 2019
Green Music Australia partnered with bettercup. to prove reusables are more sustainable than single-use and compostable cups.
Report - Key Change: our research into how artists contribute to change
September 14, 2014
Our research into how artists contribute to change.
Case Study - Plastic Water Bottle free at Caloundra Music Festival
December 01, 2013
In 2013, Caloundra Music Festival set out to be the first festival in Australia to eliminate disposable bottled water. With a positive attitude, excellent partnerships, and superb preparation, they’ve succeeded, stopped an estimated 60,000...
Case Study - Beautiful reusable bottles as band merch
November 04, 2013
Ash Grunwald is one of several artists not only embracing reusable bottles for themselves, but making them part of their merchandise, encouraging their fans to use them too!
Case Study - Container deposit recycling at Splendour in the Grass
July 31, 2010
In 2010, Splendour in the Grass, one of Australia’s most loved contemporary music and arts festival, decided to take its environmental practices to a whole new level by running a container deposit recycling scheme...