Communication Officer

Green Mobility: initiatives from the live music sector

In order to better understand a live music event’s carbon emission, and to take action upon it, many organisations have started to measure their carbon footprint. These researches led to interesting results, notably that the most carbon-emitting poles of organising an event are the travels, first of audiences as...

Livestreaming: opportunities and challenges for the live music sector

Live DMA prepared these thematic resource sheets so as to give some keys to live music actors on the opportunities, challenges and current questioning of livestreaming practices. After COVID and the restrictions on live music events, a rise in livestreamed concerts could be noticed. This phenomenon was also pushed...

Carbon Offsetting for Music Festivals: What’s Up With That?

Carbon offsetting has been seen as a solution for many companies, including festivals, to compensate for their carbon emissions and reach carbon neutrality. This article aims to investigate this trend and provide the keys to a good and virtuous use of carbon offsetting, and more particularly carbon sequestration through...

WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION ON SAFE LISTENING GUIDELINES

2018 The WHO releases the Environmental Noise Guidelines for the European region “The main purpose of these guidelines is to provide recommendations for protecting human health from exposure to environmental noise originating from various sources: transportation (road traffic, railway and aircraft) noise, wind turbine noise and leisure noise. Leisure...