Green production is no longer a fringe activity. As more sustainable approaches are fast becoming a "business as usual" way to work, the group aims to understand green production, how to implement it and deliver sustainable production transformation. By working together we can form strategies that not only are better for the environment, but are also economic.
- Members Pledge
- Case Studies of Sustainable Sets
- Sustainability Summit (Q2 2024)
- EU Funding for Green Production
- Sustainable Transport in Broadcast
- Sustainability Summit (Q2 2021)
- Using Carbon Calculators for Productions Roundtable (Q2 2021)
- EBU Academy Sustainability Awareness Sessions:
The annual Media & Entertainment Leaders Summit took place in London last week, with speakers examining trends and technologies that are accelerating change...
A recently published opinion from the International Telecommunications Union with EBU input urges the broadcasting industry to focus first on reducing...
The idea of the metaverse raises the question of how it will be enabled in reality and who will pay for the infrastructure, EBU Director of Technology...
The EBU AI and Data Initiative and the Sustainability for Public Service Media working group are co-organizing an EBU-Members-only workshop, held on Thursday...
More than 600 media technologists registered for the Production Technology Seminar 2021 (26-28 January) to talk shop, compare notes and take a fresh look...
A new EBU report highlights the work being done by Europe's public broadcasters to reduce CO2 emissions arising from their content production and distribution...
Public Service Media takes sustainability reporting seriously. Scope 3 tends to be the largest contingent of the media footprint, but it is also the hardest scope to calculate. What should be included in Scope 3, and how can we reduce the emissions?
The roundtable is an informal session for us all to have a conversation and discussion on Public Service Media's Scope 3. We have some presentations to kick start the session:
- Vanessa Müller, CEO, ClimatePartner Switzerland. Is Managing Director of ClimatePartner's Swiss office in Zurich. Thanks to her many years of practical experience and her academic training at the University of Cambridge, the University of Utrecht and the ZHAW School of Management and Law, she has a deep understanding and broad expertise in the areas of corporate climate action and sustainability. https://www.linkedin.com/in/vanessa-diana-m%C3%BCller/
- Jeremy Mathieu, Head of Sustainability, ITV.
- Michelle Papayannakos, Group Senior Sustainability Manager, BBC. Is a Fellow of IEMA and Group Senior Sustainability Manager at the BBC, leading on sustainability engagement, scope 3 and corporate disclosures. A varied role which entails overseeing the alphabet soup of ESG acronyms including TCFD, TNFD and TPT readiness and CDP. She is passionate about the role the media industry can play in leading to a Net Zero and Nature Positive society using her breadth of sustainability experience to operationalise sustainable change.
The Sustainability Summit is an online event for all things broadcast sustainability. The full day programme provides insights in areas such as production and technology.
The event will provide a mix of presentations and discussions from EBU Members and industry specialists sharing relevant insights.
Issue 44 of tech-i was the first to be published after the COVID-19 pandemic had spread throughout the world. While the full impact of the crisis would take some time to be felt, strategy leaders at EBU Members had already started to reflect on how it might effect public service media in the medium term (pages 10–11).