The Green Events and Innovations Conference (GEI), the foremost conference for sustainable events, reveals the full schedule for its 15th edition. An agenda packed with heavyweight speakers, innovators and industry leaders in the global live music, sports and event sector. GEI will take place 28th February at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London.
Sessions include the highly anticipated keynote conversation, with musician, visual artist and activist Brian Eno and Grammy-award-winning multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier, exploring ‘Music as a Social Synchronizer’, which will be hosted by Emma-Louise Amanshia (Presenter on BBC Radio 1 Relax). Plus Andy Cato (Wildfarmed, Groove Armada) and Ecotricity Founder Dale Vince OBE (who also owns all-vegan football club Forest Green Rovers) will discuss what makes what we eat sustainable in Food: Back to the Future; and research project ACT 1.5, which is supported by the hugely successful trip-hop collective Massive Attack and the Arts Council England (ACE), will share their critical learnings exploring the practical challenges of addressing emissions in the live music sector in ACT 1.5: Exclusive Research.