What’s turning into increasingly more talked about after the conclusion of music festivals is the quantity of waste left behind by attendees. A lot of the trash, as you’ll be able to think about, comes within the type of disposable plastic items, starting from used water bottles to empty cigarette packs. With that in thoughts, occasions behemoth Dwell Nation has introduced it’s stepping up in an effort to enact change and reduce the waste left behind from music occasions.

Their objective is to primarily ban single-use plastics from their festivals and venues within the upcoming years – particularly, to scale back “greenhouse fuel emissions by 50% by 2030, and finish the sale of single-use plastics […] by 2021.” Learn what Dwell Nation CEO Michael Rapino has mentioned about their new initiative beneath and tell us your ideas within the feedback part.

Internet hosting over 35,000 concert events and festivals every year, Dwell Nation has the chance and duty to supply our artists and followers with a stay music expertise that protects our planet. The hostile results of local weather change are simple, and we need to use our place on the world stage to be a part of the answer. Collectively our concert events, venues, festivals, and workplaces around the globe are setting new sustainability requirements for stay occasions. – Michael Rapino, CEO at Dwell Nation


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Dwell Nation To Ban Single-Use Plastics At Festivals + Venues By 2021