Panels and workshops related to responsible travel and climate action will take place on Friday, October 18th.
Held as part of Amsterdam Dance Event at De La Mar Theatre on Friday, October 18th, the "conference on sustainability, innovation and social change in the music industry" has organised a day of workshops and panels on relevant topics.
Scheduled throughout the day are panels such as "Frequent Flyers; Does DJ Culture Have To Rely On Airmiles?," "If You Don't Like The System Don't Depend On It" and "Plastic Promise; The Next Steps Towards Responsible Plastic Use." ADE Green will also host two hands-on workshops: "Sustainable Event Management And Resource Plans" and "Designing Out Event Waste."
Resident Advisor has also partnered with ADE Green to host the panel "Art Of Activism And The Activism Of Art," with biologist Jayda G, Raindance Project cofounder Wessel van Eeden, Meadows In The Mountains cofounder Benjamin Sasse and Eli Goldstein from Soul Clap and DJs For Climate Action, hosted by RA's Martha Pazienti Caidan.
Learn more about ADE Green on its website.
Check out our new series on the electronic music industry and the climate crisis: Read our feature about the scene's outsized carbon footprint; listen to our audio feature on the sustainability of vinyl; and watch our film about the efforts of a few festivals.