The positive policy aims to build action, change and partnerships in climate, carbon, local causes and air pollution. The Positive Policy debuted at the 2021 festival created positive actions in an effort to help our ecosystem and change the way in which live music events take responsibility for actions towards our planet.
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The Positive Policy recognises that the entertainment industry could do more towards the climate, carbon and air pollution. We aim to ﬁnd solutions that can make festivals carbon neutral, give support to local causes and not create any air pollution.
Working with climate change and pollution experts, we will conduct an in-depth study on what can be improved with a full transparency report created and shared with the public and industry to show what impact the festivals have on our planet. The reports will be open-source, allowing the learnings and research to be shared across the entire entertainment industry. Showing a clear picture of what we use will allow us to source and ﬁnd solutions to becoming a planet-ready festival of the future.
The debate on whether climate action should be taken by industries, governments or individuals is a topic that could go on forever, and we think it should be done by all. Less debate and more action is needed now. The carbon footprint left by each individual in Europe is around 8.4 t CO2 per year and it is recommended that we need to achieve 0.600 t CO2 per person to halt climate change – the change needed by us all is massive.
We have started the process and over the next 3 years, we will be making more and more changes to our festival. The Positive Policy is open to good ideas, technology breakthrough, clever insight and help from the people who also recognise that we all must change now.