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Love Your Tent goes off to festival around the world....

Our films and messaging are being used and shared at festivals and events globally - thanks to everyone who is helping to spread the message and making sure we make a difference all round the globe.


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Road to Copenhagen


The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has chosen Eco Action Partnership to create an awareness campaign within the culture sector ahead of the global summit on Climate Change in Copenhagen, at the beginning of December. 


The result, a series of three gigs in London during October and November, chosen for their diverse audience mix in which to drive awareness of the governments ambitious global deal to succeed the Kyoto Protocol. 


The first of these was Franz Ferdinand at O2 Academy Brixton where the audience was engaged by a video booth in the bar area where they could record their own message to Ed Miliband or write messages of support on the graffiti wall in the foyer. The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre was the next stop on the awareness campaign where two of the bars were branded with the Act on Copenhagen logo and info points manned by DECC employees, on hand to give out relevant climate change information. Details of the next gig will be announced soon.





As an update to the earlier news story posted telling you that EAP had won an award fromA Greener Festival (AGF) for our eco work at the Isle of Wight Festival 2009, it has just been announced that the Isle of Wight Festival is among only ten other festivals in the world to be labelled as ‘Outstanding’ for efforts in making their event more sustainable. The coveted trophy, made out of recycled plastic bottles, crushed CDs and remoulded Wellington boots and featuring the Red Kite logo from AGF, will be awarded on 19th November at the UK Festival Awardsat the  02 Arena in London.


Rick Storey and Ed Milliband