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Agenda announced for Event Sustainability Live

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Bristling with content across its two days, the first Event Sustainability Live (ESL), at ExCeL London in November, will see big names taking on the big questions.

Supported by headline sponsor Evolution Dome and stage sponsors GES, GL Events and DPRG, the ESL agenda, shaped by organiser Event Industry News (EIN) with input from action-driven industry network isla, opens with positivity and ambition. ‘A Greener Future: the carbon footprint of festivals and events, and what you can do about it’, kicks things off on the Main Stage on Day One.

Headline sessions include Tim Benson, chair, technical and production director at ‘think-do’ tank Powerful Thinking, discussing the million-dollar question ‘What Constitutes a Sustainably Powered Event?’.

Synonymous with green event thinking over the last 15 years, Shambala Festival’s Chris Johnson, co-founder of Vision: 2025, presents ‘What is Good When Talking Green?’ which will explore industry standards for outdoor events from a first-hand and an industry perspective.

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