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Rave to save the planet

Green Music BBQ

21 June 2012

c/o pop, Cologne

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EUROPAR


Johannes Remmel

Minister für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Landwirtschaft, Natur- und Verbraucherschutz des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen "You say you want a revolution … we all want to change the world", sangen einst die Beatles und läuteten mit ihrer Musik nicht nur einen musikalischen Umbruch ein, sondern trugen auch zur gesell­ schaftlichen Veränderung bei. Heute ist es wieder Zeit für einen gesellschaftlichen Umbruch. Heute geht es um die Energie­ wende, um die Abkehr von einer fossilnuklearen hin zu einer regenerativen und kohlenstoffarmen Energieinfrastruktur. Die Säulen der Energiewende heißen ­Energieeinsparung, Energieeffizienz und Ausbau Erneuerbarer Energien. Vor ­allem in der Energieeffizienz schlummern noch riesige ungenutzte Potenziale, die es zu heben gilt. Es geht nicht nur um eine kleine Änderung im System, sondern um die komplette Veränderung des Systems selbst. Deshalb müssen alle gesellschaft­ lichen Bereiche, muss jeder Einzelne seinen Beitrag zum größten Struktur­ ­ wandel seit der industriellen Revolution leisten.

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Deshalb begeistert mich das Pilot­ projekt "Green Club Index NRW". Ich finde es toll, dass die Musik- und Enter­ tainment-Szene das Thema "Energie und Klima" aufgegriffen und dieses wunder­ bare Projekt zur Energieeffizienz in Clubs und bei Musikevents ins Leben gerufen hat. Das Pilotprojekt hat mit nur sechs beteiligten Clubs 60 Tonnen CO2 einge­ spart und damit konkret aufgezeigt, dass jeder, egal in welchem Bereich, einen Beitrag zum Klimaschutz leisten und ­ ­dabei auch noch Geld sparen kann. Viele der Maßnahmen sind übertrag­ bar: Getränke und Speisen werden über­ all gekühlt bzw. erhitzt, Belüftungs- und Heizsysteme, Musikanlagen und vor allem Beleuchtung gehören immer dazu. Das Tolle an dem Projekt ist auch, dass die Entertainment-Szene so gut vernetzt ist, national wie international, und die Er­ folge sich verbreiten und die Maßnahmen bei den anderen Clubbetreibenden ­hoffentlich viele Nachahmer finden werden. Und nicht zu vergessen: Natür­ lich werden auch die Besucherinnen und Besucher mitbekommen, dass "ihr" Club clever spart und vielleicht auch den ein oder anderen Denkanstoß mit nach Hause nehmen und dabei summen: "Imagine …".


Foreword

Lothar Schneider

Managing Director of EnergieAgentur.NRW

a more g ­ lamorous image for c ­ limate p ­ rotection Climate protection and energy effi­ ciency are the name of the game at Energie­ Agentur.NRW. For more than twenty years now we have been working for the government of North Rhine-West­ phalia to make energy use in the Rhine and Ruhr regions more efficient, modern, and sustainable. An energy consultant will take various factors into account, consider­ ing energy technology, savings potential, and cost calculation. From this perspective, facilities that are normally considered to be completely unrelated, such as a factory that produces screws and a swimming pool or a coffee roasting plant and a kindergar­ ten, show a surprising degree of similarity. Assessing energy use has given us a be­ hind-the-scenes view of many compa­ nies – though we have yet to stand on a dance floor in the course of our duties! Thanks to Kölner c/o pop, climate protection is no longer an unknown ­concept in the world of clubs and event management. In 2010 we established ­contact with the Green Music Initiative here in Cologne, and as a consequence the Green Music BBQ will be getting back to its roots in 2012.

environment? This is the central question guiding the cooperative venture between EnergieAgentur.NRW and the Green ­Music Initiative. Our joint approach aims at taking effective action, establishing a knowledge base, and attracting new part­ ners. Six clubs from the region followed this route in 2012 in the pilot project Green Club Index.NRW. Over the period of a year we joined forces to measure their energy consumption, check out facilities and operating procedures, and devise measures to reduce CO2 emissions. In a cold storage unit for drinks or in the shafts of a ventilation system, the reality of climate protection soon becomes very ­ apparent. And once technology, energy, ­ and beverage suppliers get involved, ener­ gy efficiency becomes a highly complex matter. The results of the project were ­encouraging; even clubbing can go green. Yet if we wish to achieve the CO2 goals we have set for ourselves, we still have a long way to go. Switching to a sustainable industrial culture is not an easy task, espe­ cially in a region where for many decades everything revolved around coal and steel. Climate protection therefore needs creati­ vity and glamour if we are to get those on board who do not view the world from an energy expert’s perspective and for whom energy efficiency is anything but cool. We are therefore eagerly anticipating the posi­ tive energy emanating from green music and look forward to ­engaging in an innova­ tive partnership with clubs and artists.

What needs to happen so that the posi­ tive energy generated at clubs and festivals does not have a negative impact on the

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Norbert Oberhaus CEO of c/o pop

Already for the 9th time we are hosting the c/o pop Festival and Convention this year. Over the stretch of five days renowned as well as upcoming national and international musicians perform 50 shows at more than 20 different venues giving the festival its diverse and lively character. In this creative ambiance the C’n’B Convention takes place as second element of the c/o pop. Within 60 discussion rounds and forums experts of the scene exchange their expertises, generate ­inspirations for new projects and establish ­networks as first steps for solutions that form the entertainment industry of tomorrow. We regard the direct interaction ­etween the different actors of the b ­creative industries to be crucial to ensure an on­going development with a merger of the most up to date knowledge those ­experts have.

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The past years have shown that sus­ tainability increasingly becomes an in­ evitable element of the entertainment scene. Many music festival organisers have already shown that sustainable measures can and should be implemented to react on the climatic developments that affect us all. This is even more expedient, as the unique possibility is given to address a broad audience with the exemplary ­behaviour shown at these events and to therefore make it their matter of concern as well. We are honoured to be the host of the Green Music BBQ this year. Partnering with the Green Music Initiative and ­having many other representatives of the creative industries and of the global festi­ val network "Europareise" present at the c/o pop, who already have experiences with sustainability or interested in sup­ porting this issue in future, is very much in line with our approach of an active idea exchange between the actors of the scene. We believe that all participants of the Green Music BBQ can profit of this ­excellent opportunity and hope that many new ideas and solutions will emerge from this meeting.


Foreword

Jacob Bilabel

Founder of the Green Music Initiative

Europe is burning. The financial crisis seems to devastate our societies at a pace no one would have thought of some years ago. All over the world people are gathering to stop this system from destroy­ ing our countries and our solidarity. It’s not easy talking about climate change these days. Nonetheless, I am sure, the changing climate is a sympton of the cause that lies at the very heart of the problem: The illusion that industrial growth is endless, that resources are limit­ less. And that we can carry on forever with ‚business as usual’.

How can we accelerate moving our societies towards this dream? The social change challenge is a c­omplex one. It demands a thorough ­understanding of what’s going on around us as well as cooperation between science, politics, consumers, business and civil society alike. It is therefore essential to ­ build a common language around the challenges we face, the options we have and the life we want to live as individuals and as a society. In this regard we should develop a new Low Carbon Culture. There is no time to lose, but so much to win for all of us.

I started my career in the managment of the biggest major in the music industry. At the time, people could already foresee what digitisation would mean for the busi­ ness. But most of us decided to believe in the fairytale I mentioned: nothing would be big enough to shake our world, we would not need to change our way of ­doing things. We can now see what effect this denial has had on today’s music industry. I regularly meet people who don’t ­ elieve in climate change at all. It’s the b same kind of mentality I witnessed in the music business ten years ago. The more nihilists I meet, the less I care about changing their minds. Instead I ask them the following questions: How do you want to live in the future?

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Green Club Index Clubs are an essential part of the music and entertainment industry for the organisers and audience alike. On the same time their energy consumption levels are immense. Based on that it should be inevitable to take action in minimising them, given the topicality of environmental and climate protection issues. The project partners of the Green Club Index (GCI) are pioneers in bringing the expertise of music, club and energy specialists together to collaboratively and actively approach this matter. True to the motto: "Rave to save the planet" www.greenclubindex.de


Clubs & Energy – Status Quo An average club or disco in Germany has an annual electricity consumption of 120,000 kWh/year. That is equivalent to an annual consumption of more than 30 threeperson households, or 67 tons of CO2 per year. There are approximately 5,500 clubs and discos spread throughout Germany. When considering the whole EU-27 member states the overall number of existing clubs amounts to 19,000. The average capacity is 470 visitors translating to a total energy use within the club sector of approximately 2,280 GWh/year of electricity (equal to two nuclear power plants) and 3,304 GWh/year of gas.* Together, these clubs contribute a large amount of Greenhouse gases to the environment, but unfortunately, the issue of energy efficiency has never before been properly addressed in the entertainment industry.

Energy Conservation is not a topic (yet) – WHY? Many reasons contribute to that. The most important ones are: 1. Many club operators have a lack of knowledge and are mostly unaware that high energy consumption creates a major impact on the environment. 2. The amount of reductions possible and the connected major cost saving opportunities are often misjudged. 3. Even if a general consciousness about these issues exists, actually taking the first step often creates new obstacles and questions: what are reasonable measures that can be taken to make clubs more energy efficient? How can they be implemented?

4. So far professional energy consultants offer no adequate proposals that are particularly developed for the club scene. The energy experts simply do not have the expertise needed in this particular field.

The Aim of the Green Club Index Project The Green Club Index (GCI) addresses the big potential of emission reductions in the club scene. Initial experiences have been gained designing energy profiles to fit the specific characteristics of clubs. Currently, several pilot projects in a national and international context are planned and being conducted as part of the Green Club Index Project. These ‘best practises’ showcase that energy audits in clubs are useful and necessary. In this way other interested club operators are encouraged to ask for energy advice themselves, which consequently raises the request of adequate offers from energy consultants. So in the long run, the Green Club Index Project aims at stimulating a new ­market for energy audits in the club scene. The Project also offers a great opportunity to spice up the technical concepts of energy efficiency and energy conservation when bringing it together with the inherent coolness and glamour of the club scene.

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The Index – What is it?

Results

The GCI is determined by the ratio of annual energy consumption and the annual number of visitors. That Index is a simplification tool that a club owner can use to compare their energy needs with other venues. Through this thorough evaluation using GCI, problematic areas can be easily identified within their clubs. Subsequently, the Green Music Initiative (GMI) in cooperation with qualified energy advisors would develop a meaningful and individualized package for implementation by clubs. This measure ­focuses primarly on energy/power, but ­solutions for other aspects of sustainability can be incorporated.

Numerous measures have been initiated by the energy audits resulting in an absolute reduction (of all six clubs combined) of ­ 83.000 kWh/year electricity and 19.000 kWh/year heating. This has saved approximately 63 tons of CO2 from being ­ ­released into the atmosphere. On the financial side cost savings of approx. 26.000 € were achieved. Three clubs even switched to green energy providers and were able to ­realise cheaper tarifs.

The first pilot project – Green Club Index NRW The pilot project started with six clubs in March 2011 in the state of North RhineWestphalia. Over 12 months the clubs ­received tailored energy advice at no charge. The challenges, results and successes were discussed at a workshop and two press conferences with important stakeholders ­ (club owners, energy consultants, technical service providers, media). The project has received wide media coverage. The following clubs took part in the pilot project: • Bahnhof Langendreer (Bochum) • Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld (Köln) • Club Butan (Wuppertal) • Gloria (Köln) • Stereo (Bielefeld) • Ufer8 (Düsseldorf)

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What's next The insights and knowledge gained during the pilot phase will now be widley disseminated. The GMI and the Energie­ ­ Agentur.NRW are developing two sub­ sequent modules. 1) Train-the-Trainer course This seminar will be implemented in North Rhine-Westfalia to enable energy consultants to gain the skills specific to energy audits in clubs. 2) Green Club Label A certification system for environmental friendly clubs will be developed, in ­response to the demands from clubs and venues that want to communicate their achievements to their audience.


More regional projects

Contact

A second GCI Project was launched in the Rhein-Main Area starting in Februar 2012. So far four Clubs in Frankfurt am Main will take part in the project. The first two clubs are:

Roman Dashuber dashuber@thema1.de +49 (0)30 779 0 779 12

• KingKamehameha (Frankfurt) • Travolta (Frankfurt) Several more regional projects are about to start within the next months in the region of Mannheim, Munich, Hamburg, Switzerland. (More detailed information on this can be found in the section "Initiatives").

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Speakers

Lothar Schneider EnergieAgentur.NRW Lothar Schneider is the managing director of the company prisma Consult GmbH and is responsible for the operation of "Energie­ Agentur NRW" and "Effizienz-Agentur NRW". After studying aerospace engineering Lothar Schneider took over responsibility for project management and sectoral planning for ­facility management projects, data processing, industrial planning, as well as in organizational and management consulting with cost and appointment liability, e. g. in the automotive sector. Mr. Schneider was ­ ­primarily responsible for the conception and foundation of the "EnergieAgentur NRW" (1989/90) and of the "Effizienz-Agentur NRW" (1998).

Norbert Oberhaus c/o pop Norbert Oberhaus, geboren 1961, betreibt seit 1992 die Agentur "Oberhaus Kultur­ management" in Köln. Darüber hinaus ist der Diplom-Betriebswirt als langjähriger Programm-Macher für die Bereiche World- und Popmusik im Kölner "Stadtgarten" tätig und agiert mit seiner Agentur als Partner für lokale und nationale Kulturproduktionen und Konzertveranstaltern. Dazu zählen u. a. der Westdeutsche Rundfunk, das Moers-­ Festival, die lit.cologne und der Landesmusikrat NRW. Des Weiteren ist er der Ini­ tiator des seit 1999 jährlich stattfindenden "Summer Stage"-Festivals sowie der Mit­ begründer des "JazzCologne"-Festivals. In seiner Eigenschaft als Geschäftsführer der cologne on pop GmbH hat er 2004 mit dem c/o pop Festival einen beachtenswerten Nachfolger der PopKomm aus der Taufe gehoben und 2010 den ans Festival angegliederten internationalen Brachentreff "C'n'B Convention" ins Leben gerufen. Norbert Oberhaus ist verheiratet, hat eine Tochter und lebt in Köln.

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Speakers

Jacob Bilabel Green Music Initiative Jacob Bilabel is Founder of the Green Music Initiative. Prior to that he worked in the management of Universal Music Germany. In the following years he set up MySpace’s operations in Germany and became part of the social ­media advisory board of the Green Party. In the 2005 elections he was a personal consultant to Mr. Joschka Fischer, then Germany’s Foreign Minister. Today, he is Managing Director of the Berlin based think-do-tank THEMA1 specialised in accelerating the transition to a low-carbon society. He is a mentor at the Akademie der Künste ­(University of the Arts) in Berlin and founding member of the ReDesign Deutschland initiative. Beside that he is board member of Berlin’s Chamber of Commerce for Creative. Jacob Bilabel is also serving as a part of the German Technical mirror committee for the new ISO 20121 standard for Sustainability in Event Management.

THEMA1 The Green Music Initiative is a project of THEMA1, an independent Berlin-based think-do-tank specialized in accelerating the transition to a low-carbon society. With the aim of driving social change, THEMA1 develops, initiates and operates complex international multi-stakeholder processes. www.thema1.de


Thema 1 Projects

Carbon Film Quote Carbon Film Quote is the world’s first TV commercial budget estimator with an integrated carbon calculator. It helps BBDO proximity’s production partners identify and evaluate low-emission and environmentally friendly production options when looking at initial cost estimates. Launch partners: BBDO Proximity, CMC. EU, Neue Sentimental Film, Markenfilm, Das Werk, Cobblestone, Twin Film, Vogelsänger Film, Schönheitsfarm, Studio Funk, Chamaeleon, Adstream www.carbonproductionquote.com

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PCF Project / Platform for Climate Compatible Consumption in Germany The PCF (Product Carbon Footprint) Project provides a platform to promote sustainable consumption based on product carbon footprints. Launch partners: Öko-Institut, Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Re­ search, WWF, BASF, dm drogeriemarkt, DSM, FRoSTA, Henkel, Krombacher, Rewe, ­Tchibo, Telekom, Tengelmann, Tetra Pak. www.pcf-project.de

Green Music Initiative

PCF World Forum

The Green Music Initiative acts as a platform coordinating the music and entertainment industry’s effort to minimise their climate impact. Partners: British Council, Bucks New University, Club Commission, Goethe Institute, Julie’s Bicycle, Melt! Festival, MTV Networks, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Rheinkultur Festival, Berlin Music Week, Yourope www.greenmusicinitiative.de

The PCF World Forum is a joint platform to foster and facilitate dialogue between international initiatives on how to assess, reduce and communicate the impact of goods and services on the climate. Over 450 represen­ tatives of business, retail, government, research, NGOs from over 30 countries ­ ­attended the PCF World Summits. www.pcf-world-forum.org

Grid Master Class

Renewables-Grid-Initiative

The Grid Master Class is an educative programme contributing to better mutual understanding between the different stakeholders dealing with the expansion of the European electricity grid, needed for integrating ­renew­able energies. The Grid Master Class ­of­fers them a neutral platform for learning basics and secrets of electricity grids and their public perception. www.gridmasterclass.eu

The Renewables-Grid-Initiative promotes the expansion of distributed and bulk renewable energy generation and transmission ­capacity in Europe. Members: WWF, RSPB, Natuur en Milieu, Germanwatch, 50Hertz Transmission, Elia, National Grid, RTE, Swissgrid, and TenneT. www.renewables-grid.eu

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Green Club Index NRW

Initiatives A number of initiatives have formed recently

Six clubs in North Rhine-Westphalia Duration: March 2011 – March 2012 Project Partners:

addressing the issue of

EnergieAgentur.NRW

green clubbing.

The EnergieAgentur.NRW works on behalf of the state government of North RhineWestphalia as an operative platform with broad expertise in the field of energy: from energy research, technical development, demonstration, market launch and energy consultancy to continuous vocational training. In times of high energy prices it is more important than ever to forge ahead with the ­development of innovative energy technologies in NRW and to highlight from an impartial point of view how companies, local ­authorities and private individuals can handle energy more economically or use renewable energies in an appropriate fashion. www.energieagentur.nrw.de

The following pages provide an overview of initiatives, many of which are showcased at the Green Music BBQ.

Green Club Index Projects In association with several partners, the Green Music Initiative set up different r­ egional Green Club Index projects in ­Germany and abroad. www.greenclubindex.de

KLUBKOMM The KLUBKOMM was founded in 2010 and is the first association that brings together the interests of Cologne’s party and music scenes. Our members include large and small clubs, professional and non-­ professional party organisers as well as owner operators and major companies. Furthermore, DJs, music journalists and ­ managers are involved. In other words: we are as multilateral as the scene itself, which is reflected in the diverse topics we discuss.

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Green Club Index Frankfurt These comprise issues such as the GEMA, smoking bans, tax regulations, the distri­ bution and placement of flyers and posters, the establishment and approval of new locations and environmental protection, to ­ name but a few. www.klubkomm.de

Intro Intro Magazin is Germanys leading independent culture magazine, with a monthly publishing rate of 140.000 copies and a very active online community on www.intro.de

Four Clubs in Frankfurt Duration: February – December 2012 Project Partners:

Energiereferat Frankfurt The main responsibilities of the Energie­ referat include the development and the ­implementation of Frankfurt’s climate protection targets. To achieve more efficient ­energy consumption the Energiereferat cooperates with local businesses, investors, households and non-profit organisations. The Energie­ referat provides services and programmes to advice, train and communicate with specific target groups and cooperation partners. To do so we provide expertise in the following working fields: office buildings and electricity saving, energy planning and CHP, residential buildings and ­renewable energies. www.energiereferat.stadt-frankfurt.de

University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt – The Institute for Communication and Media The Institute for Communication and Media is part of the Media Department of the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt. ­ This department focuses on projects and collaborations in the fields of Journalism and Public Relations bringing together students, university staff and external partners. A team of eight students studying Online Journalism was formed to specifically work on the Online PR for the Green Club Index Rhine Main. www.ikum.h-da.de

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Initiatives

Green Club Index Mannheim Area Three Clubs in the Area of Mannheim Duration: July – December 2012 Project Partners:

Mannheim Economic Support Department The Mannheim Economic Support Department is "caretaker" for all concerns of the economy. This applies to local companies, to founders of new businesses and global companies interested in setting up their ­ business in Mannheim likewise. Creative ­Industries and, notably, the music industry are being especially focused and promoted. Therefore a commissioner of creative industries not only works closely with other local institutions like mannheim’s cluster­ management for the music industry, PopAcademy Baden-Württemberg or the city’s commissioner for music and popculture but also with protagonists of the local, regional and national music scene. www.mannheim.de

Clustermanagement Musik­ wirtschaft Mannheim & Region The Clustermanagement Musikwirtschaft Mannheim & Region acts as an approach and coordination site for companies and professional actors of the local music branch, as well as an interface between the music branch on one hand and politics, administration and economy on the other hand.

­ esides the consultation and interlinking of B founders, freelancers and established companies in the field of the music economy, the Clustermanagement exerts itself for further establishment of the region of ­ Mann­ ­ heim as an attractive and ambitious ­location for the music branch. The CM is an ERDF-RWB-promoted project. www.cm-musikwirtschaft.de

Klimaschutzagentur Mannheim The Climate Protection Agency Mannheim (CPA) was founded in 2009 as a non-profit company. The purpose of CPA is to give ­independent advice for free as services to the public. CPA gives expert consulting in terms of energy efficiency and renewable energies for private households, small and medium-sized enterprises, churches, sport clubs. They also work on promotion programmes concerning these subjects. ­ The shareholders are the City of Mannheim with 51  %, the local energy utility "MVV ­Energie AG" with 40 % and the local ­housing association "GBG-Mannheimer Wohnungsbaugesellschaft mbH". The strong network between the city, energy providers and housing associations is exemplary in a ­national wide context. www.klima-ma.de

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Green Club Index Munich Pop Academy Baden-Wuerttemberg

Currently developed

The Pop Academy Baden-Wuerttemberg – University of Popular Music and Music ­Business stands for quality and competence within the academic education of young musicians and aspiring managers. At the ­ university, the artistic oriented degree programmes "Pop Music Design" (Bachelor of Arts) and "Popular Music" (Master of Arts) as well as the business oriented degree programmes "Music Business" (Bachelor of Arts) and "Music and Creative Industries" (Master of Arts) are offered.

Expected project start: Fourth quarter 2012

It sees itself not just as an institution of higher education but also as a competence centre for all aspects of the music industry, underpinning this with numerous projects in the areas of European cooperation, regional development, and business development. www.popakademie.de

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Project Partner:

GREEN CITY Green City Projekt is part of the Green City environmental protection organization, which consists of three subsidiaries: Green City e.V. (assoc.), Green City Projekt GmbH (Inc.), and Green City Energy AG (corp.). Green City and its approximately 100 employees work in various fields to promote climate and environmental protection, as ­ well as environmental education. Whether with solar power or wind energy, school projects or environmental festivals, Green ­ City offers a one-stop shop for solution-­ oriented environmental protection. Green City Projekt was founded in 2003 as an in-house agency for major public events. Besides running mega events such as Munich‘s Streetlife-Festival, Blade Night, ­ and Bike Flea Market, Green City Projekt ­offers consultation and develops campaigns for clients, in areas from economics and politics to local concerns. Today, its business portfolio includes everything from seminars to large-scale events and campaigns. www.greencity-projekt.de www.greencity.de www.greencity-energy.de


Initiatives

Green Club Index Hamburg

Green Club Index Switzerland

Currently developed Expected project start: Fourth quarter 2012

Currently developed

Project Partner:

Project Partner:

Zündwerke

baumast. kultur & nachhaltigkeit

The agency Zündwerke develops projects in the field of business culture and sustaina­ bility since 2010. Managing director Thore Debor combines his diverse experiences and contacts as a cultural scientist, club owner and music festival initiator in the ini­ tiation, implementation and consulting activities of the company. Examples are Clubmob Hamburg or the Green Music Events BarCamp. www.zuendwerke.de

baumast. kultur & nachhaltigkeit is based in Lenzburg, Switzerland and works together with companies and organisations from the cultural industries to implement the concept of sustainability. With a focus on the ­German-speaking countries, baumast. kultur & nachhaltigkeit provides project management expertise, lectures and workshops as well as publications on the topic of culture & sustainability and a monthly newsletter with the latest information about how the idea of sustainabi­ lity is spreading in the various ­cultural sectors. www.kultur-und-nachhaltigkeit.ch

Expected project start: Fourth Quater 2012

Green Club Initiative Norway / Oslo The organisers of the Øya festival are planning to start a cooperation with local clubs in Oslo/Norway to deal with energy ­efficiency issues within a pilot project in 2012 and launch in 2013.

Øya Festival Øya is a boutique festival held in the Medi­ eval Park in Oslo, a beautiful spot surrounded by the Oslo fjord to the south, the E ­ keberg Hill to the east, and the ever-­expanding Oslo skyline to the west. On the premises you’ll find, among other things, the ruins of the

Maria Church, dating back to the 11th century. The Medieval Park is also the place where the capital of Norway was founded a thousand years ago. The Oslo city centre is only a short walk from the festival, which creates an exciting rendezvous b ­ etween nature and culture. Audience and artists are presented with an area of trees, green grass and water, accompanied by stages and small shops serving drinks and food – prepared, in fact, by the best young chefs of Oslo. www.oyafestivalen.com

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Joint Initiatives

EEMusic

Clubmob Berlin

EEMusic, short for ‘The European Initiative for Scaling Up Energy Efficiency in the ­Music Event Industry’, aims at tackling information barriers and increasing capacities for energy management in the music event ­sector. This attempt is undertaken to react to the increasing demand for a minimisation of the energy consumption and environmental impact of the scene, while providing the according actors in the scene with the strongly needed information and training to manage this challenge. The consortium is composed of the following renowned organisations: WIP – Renewable Energies, Green Music Initiative, Elevate, Witcher Agency, Julie’s Bicycle, Terra Systemics, United Partners, Ekodoma, Projects in Motion. The concept was recently proposed to the EU and the approval is awaited for November 2012.

The Green Music Initiative, sinnwerkstatt, MORGEN LANDE, Berlin Engergiecheck and the Jugend im Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz e.V. initiated the first Clubmob in 2011 in Berlin. The idea is based on the Carrotmob that implies the principle of buycott, the augmented purchase of goods from one particular business by a group of consumers, as reaction on a socially responsible action that was undertaken by that company. In the case of the Clubmob, the money raised through the attendance of the club goers is spent on an enhancement of sustainable actions carried out by the club. So far the Clubmob took place in the SO36 and the MIKZ in Berlin. www.clubmob.de

Organic Disco The idea of Organic Disco is to make it a climate-friendly dance event showing that ­ having a good party and the thought of sustainability can go together. Numerous different projects and attractions reveal how it is possible to save resources while clubbing, such as the sustainable dance floor, bicycle disco, organic food and drinks or a special bicycle parking place. To make the event ­ completely climate neutral Organic Disco co-operates with non-profit climate protection organisations for CO2 compensation. www.organic-disco.de Logo Organic Disco Schriftzug + Bildmarke

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Initiatives

Agencies

Club Associations

ClubConsult

ClubCommission (Berlin)

ClubConsult was founded in 2011 as a consultancy that procures expert knowledge to ensure an optimised management, econo­ mical efficiency as well as sustainability in the music economy. We work together with several experts to develop solutions such as for the minimisation of noise emissions, of consumption and related costs. Further, we give assistance in regulatory, financial and insurance issues. ClubConsult organises workshops, seminars and free expert ­appointments for interested parties and publishes relevant information on the home page. ClubConsult is a project of Club­ commission Berlin e.V. and is supported by Initiative Musik and Senatsverwaltung für Wirtschaft, Technologie und Forschung ­Berlin. ClubConsult is a strategic partner of the Green Club Index project. www.clubcommission.de/themen/ clubconsult

The club culture is an inevitable asset for Berlin’s tourism, economy, culture and social authority. The ClubCommission creates the necessary terms for a maintenance and development of the club culture of Berlin. ­ We function as intermediary between our members, the media, public authorities, ­institutions and businesses and promote the members’ interests as well as the general cognition of the scene. Furthermore, we represent the scene in commissions, ­political occasions and abroad. www.clubcommission.de

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Guests

Selected list of previous Green Music Dinners

Agima Samson Marketing Director of Berlin Music Week Alec Empire Alec Empire Aleksandra aka BONNIE Skwarc In Love With Alexander Maurus Wanderlust Entertainment Alexander Schulz Reeperbahn Festival Alexandra Kinne Sound of Cologne Alexandra Wandel World Future Council Foundation Alice Marchi Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft und Verkehr des Landes Schleswig-Holstein Aline Renet PRODISS Allan McGowan ILMC/IQ Magazine – VIP News AMY SAUNDERS SPECIAL PROJECTS MANAGER AT EDINBURGH FESTIVALS Andrea Goetzke all2gethernow e.V. / newthinking GmbH ANDREA MANO DESK OFFICER AT THE GERMAN FEDERAL FOREIGN OFFICE Andrea Rothaug RockCity Hamburg Andrea Steiner Founder / CEO OF Goldstück.com ANDREAS GEBHARD FOUNDER AND CEO OF NEWTHINKING COMMUNICATIONS ANDREAS KLASSEN DESK OFFICER AT THE GERMAN FEDERAL FOREIGN OFFICE Andreas Severin Founder /Managing Partner at crossrelations GmbH ANDRO STEINBORN MANAGING DIRECTOR OF NEU! FILMPRODUKTION ANDY SMITH FIRST SECRETARY ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY AT THE BRITISH EMBASSY BERLIN ANITA TILLMANN CO-FOUNDER AND COOWNER OF THE PREMIUM EXHIBITIONS GMBH Anja Kaps loft concerts Antje Hartung Kommunikatives Design ANTONELLA BATTAGLINI SENIOR SCIENTIST AT THE POTSDAM INSTITUTE FOR CLIMATE IMPACT RESEARCH Axel Missner Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg Barbara Bilabel founder Gruppe Babylon Benedikt Lökes Warner Music Group Central Europe Benjamin Budde Budde Music Germany

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Bettina Brammer head of product and channel marketing Q-Cells Bjoern Hansen Morgenwelt Project BOB SHAHRESTANI FOUNDER OF PARTYSAN AND MD OF THAIBREAK Brick Medak LichtBlick Brigitta Moll Deutsche Welle BRIGITTE WERNEBURG ARTS EDITOR OF TAZ Carl-Ernst Mueller CE Müller Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement Carl-Otto Gensch Öko Institut CAROLINE VARRALL PROJECT MANAGER SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT THE MARSATAC FESTIVAL IN MARSEILLE Carsten Bartholl Head coordinator Taylor Wessing Germany CATHERINE BOTTRILL OXFORD UNIVERSITYʼS ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE INSTITUTE Catherine Langabeer Julie‘s Bicycle Cathy Boom founder and editor in chief style and the Family Tunes Charlotta Sundin Popaganda Festival Christel Lück Ortsbürgermeisterin Gräfenhainichen Christian Tjaben ByteFM CHRISTIAN HOCHFELD MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE ÖKO-INSTITUT BERLIN Christian Kroll Ecosia Christian Rost Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft des Bundes CHRISTIAN TJABEN CONSULTANT AND JOURNALIST AT THE REEPERBAHN FESTIVAL Christoph Becker Managing director Constantin Music CHRISTOPH BORKOWSKY PRESIDENT OF THE PIRANHA GROUP Claudia Dietze freiheit.com technologies CLAUDIA JERICHO PROJECT MANAGER AT C/O POP COLOGNE Claudia Wedell Gloria DANIEL BARKOWSKI HEAD OF POPKOMM AND YOU DANIEL BOESE EDITOR OF ZITTY MAGAZINE Daniel Fiedler ZDF Kultur Daniel Hires Sustainability and communications consultant Daniel Standke Artist & Repertoire at EMI Music GSA Daniel Winkel Bureau Export


Guests Dannie Quilitzsch Consultant for Sustainability and Communication Dennis Smith Travolta DETLEF SCHWARTE MANAGING DIRECTOR REEPERBAHN FESTIVAL HAMBURG DETLEF THELEN MEDIA & EVALUATION MANAGER FOR GERMANY AT THE BRITISH COUNCIL DIRK DREYER MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE DESIGN HOTEL LUX11 IN BERLIN DORIS PAPENBROOCK STRATEGIC ADVISER FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS AD PRESS Dr. Andrea Zell Goethe-Institut Dr. Benedikt von Walter MTV Networks DR. BODO SCHWIEGER MANAGING DIRECTOR OF TEAM RED MOBILITY MANAGMENT CONSULTANTS Dr. Britta Kastens Hamburg – European Green Capital 2011 DR. CHRISTINE KOLMAR EXECUTIVE BOARDMEMBER AT WWF GERMANY DR. DIRK NOTZ MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUTE FOR METEOROLOGY DR. ELKE RITT HEAD OF CREATIVE EUROPE PROGRAMMES AT THE BRITISH COUNCIL GERMANY Dr. Guido Kuchelmeister Founder/ CEO of Green Music World DR. HERMANN OTT MEMBER OF THE PARLIAMENT BÜNDNIS 90/ GRÜNE DR. LUTZ NITSCHE ADVISOR TO THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE KULTURSTIFTUNG DES BUNDES Dr. Nina Schneider Music and Creative Industries Studies Degree Administrator at Popakademie Baden-Württemberg Dr. Olaf Meinking Beutler Meinking Rechtsanwälte DR. OTMAR LELL POLICY OFFICER OF VERBRAUCHERZENTRALE BUNDESVERBAND DR. PATRICK HART DIRECTOR OF THE BRITISH COUNCIL GERMANY Dr. Peter Urban Norddeutscher Rundfunk Dr. Pit Hosak Ministry of Culture, Sports and Media, Hamburg DR. SERAFINE LINDEMANN DIRECTOR OF THE FORUM ARTCIRCOLO / OVERTURES DR. ULF JAECKEL HEAD OF DIVISION AT THE GERMAN FEDERAL MINISTRY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT EC ZANDER HEAD OF MUSIC RADIO FRITZ Egbert Ruehl Hamburg Kreativgesellschaft Fabian Brandt managing director fischerAppelt Fabian Töpel CEO of crazewire Falk Walter Arena

FINJA GÖTZ PROJECT MANAGER OF MELT! AND M!-ECO Folkert Koopmans FKP Scorpio Konzertproduktionen Frank Heinrich Müller Topogrammetrie Frank Otto Ferryhouse Productions Frank Schlieder RTL Creation Frank Schweikert Aldebaran FRANZ JOSEF SCHAFHAUSEN DEPUTY DIRECTOR AT THE GERMAN FEDERAL MINISTRY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT Freddy Paul Grunert ZKM Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe/ FREELANCE ARTIST Fritz Reusswig Potsdam institut für klimafolgenforschung Gabriel Riquelme Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld Georg E. Moeller Triple5 Gregor Straube Freelancer GUIDO AXMANN MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THEMA1 Guido Rossmann ajr Green Energy HAGEN LIEBING MUSIC EDITOR OF TIP MAGAZIN IN BERLIN Hamed Shahi SSC Group Hannah Heberlein Graduate Environmental Scientist Harald Kegler Bauhaus Universität Dessau Harry Rauch S.G.N. Projekt Heiko Jahnke Karsten Jahnke Konzertdirektion HEIKO ZWIRNER EDITOR IN CHIEF OF TIP MAGAZIN IN BERLIN Heiner Schiemann Production manager at I-Motion GmbH – Events & Entertainment Helen Schneider B2B Coordination at Berlin Music Week Helge Haas Radio Bremen Vier and 3 nach 9 Hendryk Martin Head of Sponsoring at Melt! Festival holger jan Schmidt co-owner of Greenevents europe/ go group INANNA FRONIUS BRITISH COUNCIL GERMANY INGA KÖNIGSTADT PERFOMANCE ARTIST/ BELLA BERLIN J Henry Fair Photographer Jacob Bilabel founder green Music Initiative / managing director THEMA1 Jacob Bogh Liquido JAHN HARRISON HEAD OF RADIO AT UNIVERSAL MUSIC Jan Andresen CEO Veeseo

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Jan Hendrik Becker presenter and producer NDR TV and Poplitics Produktion JAN SEIFERT ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISER AT THE HEINRICH BÖLL FOUNDATION IN BERLIN Jana Hoppe Hamburg – European Green Capital 2011 Janine Scharf Ferropolis Jean Rehders Kopf & Steine / MS DOCKVILLE FESTIVAL JEAN YVES DELATTRE DIRECTOR OF DOCK DES SUDS IN MARSEILLE Jean-Alexander Ntivyihabwa Signed Media Production Jennifer Wesche Hamburg – European Green Capital 2011 JENNY LUDWIG CO-FOUNDER OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVE GOTH FOR EARTH JO DOBER Owner/ Director of CONSCIENCE Joachim Frielingsdorf EnergieAgentur. NRW JOACHIM GANSE MANAGING DIRECTOR OF DELOITTE CERT Joachim Helbig Goethe-Institut Jobst Buescher managing director Columbus Challenge JOCHEN SANDIG ARTISTIC DIRECTOR AND MANAGER OF RADIALSYSTEM V – NEW SPACE FOR THE ARTS IN BERLIN JOEL BERGER MANAGING DIRECTOR OF MYSPACE GERMANY Johannes Everke director marketing sales Hamburg Marketing John Whitehead British Council Germany Jonathan Imme Co-Founder OF ignore gravity GmbH Jörg Laumann Journalist at Musikmarkt Jörn Sturm Kampnagel Internationale Kulturfabrik Julia Gudzent Melt! festival JULIA RAWLINS HEAD OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS AT THE BRITISH COUNCIL GERMANY JULIANE PROCHNOW PROJECT MANAGER OF THE YELLOW LOUNGE. Jürgen Grethler owner of Grethler Rechtsanwälte Jutta Unger c/o pop Kai Britt Greenpeace KALLE LAAR THE TEMPORARY SOUND MUSEUM Karsten Jahnke Karsten Jahnke Konzertdirektion Katharina Wagner tip Berlin Katie Griggs 10:10 Global/ Germany Katrin Erichsen Musique Couture KENNY ANDERSON FENCE RECORDS

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Kerstin Schnatz Deutsche Welle Klaus de Buhr project director Hamburg – European Green Capital 2011 KLAUS-D. STOFFERS FOUNDING DIRECTOR OF MARKT- & MEDIEN- KOMMUNIKATION KNUT SCHLINGER EDITOR OF MUSIK WOCHE Kolbrun Halldorsdottir Federation of Icelandic Artists Konrad von Löhneysen Embassy of Music KRISTIN REISSIG CLIMATE POLICY AND ENVIRONMENT OFFICER AT THE BRITISH EMBASSY BERLIN Kurt Reinken steg Hamburg Lasse Kroll Lunatic Festival Leif Nueske Mojo Club Lena Buck Green Music Initiative Lena Goliasch 3Sat and ARTE Leyla Piedayesh Lala Berlin Linnéa Svensson Oya Festival Lizzy Newton SXSW Long Long Beijing The One Club Lothar Schneider EnergieAgentur.NRW Loukianos Zavolas Smart Energy for Europe Platform Lovis Willenberg Heldenmarkt / Forum Futura LUCILE BARRAS PROJECT MANAGER OF THE GREEN MUSIC INITIATIVE LUTZ GRIMM MANAGING DIRECTOR OF TPA COMMUNICATIONS DESIGN MANFRED TARI FOUNDER OF POP 100/ Musikmarkt Manuel Kreutz Managing Partner at Solarmaps MARCO VOIGT MANAGING DIRECTOR OF CLEAN TECH WORLD AND FOUNDER OF THE CLEAN TECH MEDIA AWARD MAREN BALKOW JOURNALIST AT THE DEUTSCHE WELLE RADIO MARIA ENDRICH MUSIC CURATOR OF THE SOMMERTHEATER FESTIVAL HAMBURG Marie Voigt DB Mobility Logistics, DB Dienstleistungen Marko Hegner Melt! festival Markus Meissner Managing Director at Heliopolitronics GmbH Markus Schäfer die organisation – Projektagentur für Content, Marken & Medien MARKUS VON WOLLANK AUTHOR AND COLUMNIST OF 030 BERLIN AND BERLINER ZEITUNG Marta Schulz Hamburg University of Applied Sciences Martha Bissmann EU project manager wIP – Renewable Energies / coordinator Energy Union


Guests MARTIN BREM MANAGING DIRECTOR OF BRAND ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS Martin Brueck bauhaus dessau foundation Martin Elbourn founder of Great Escape Festival Martin Smith Columbus Challenge MATTHEW BEAVERS PROJECT COORDINATOR AT THE BRITISH COUNCIL GERMANY MATTHEW HAWTIN VISUAL ARTIST Matthias Elwardt managing director Cinema Abaton MATTHIAS GEBAUER CHIEF CORRESPONDENT FOR SPIEGEL MAGAZIN Matthias Hörstmann Hörstmann Unternehmensgruppe MATTHIAS KIND MANAGING DIRECTOR OF KOBALT MUSIC PUBLISHING GERMANY Matthias Rischau The Green Path MATTHIAS VON HARTZ DIRECTOR OF IMPULSE THEATER FESTIVAL & SOMMER-THEATER FESTIVAL, HH MATTHIAS WILLENBACHER CEO OF JUWI HOLDING, FOUNDER "100% ERNEUERBAR" Max Paproth Budde Music UK Menglou Li Rabbit Musik Michael Biwer prolight + sound MICHAEL FRITZ FOUNDING MEMBER OF VIVA CON AGUA DE SANKT PAULI Michael Greif Ecomove International Michael Kotzulla Umweltbundesamt Michael Müller EnergieAgentur.NRW Michael Müller Samsung Michael Poliza Photographer MICHAEL SCHIEWACK PROGRAMME DIRECTOR OF JUMP, A MDR RADIO CHANNEL FOR POP AND ROCK MUSIC Michael Spiegel WiSL Michael Zscharnak Gloria MICHI BECK ARTIST FROM "DIE FANTASTISCHEN VIER" AND "TURNTABLEROCKER" Michiko Radomski Consultant at Red Smurf Media GmbH MILENA FESSMANN DJ AND MUSIC SHOW PRESENTER RADIO 1 AND FOUNDER OF CINESONG Mirko Whitfeld South by Southwest Festivals Nancy Chen advisory board member MAMA Sustainable Incubation NILGÜN ÖZ CORP. COMMUNICATIONS AT UNIVERSAL MUSIC AND OZ BERLIN Nobert Oberhaus c/o pop Norbert Loew Bench NORBERT TILLMANN CO-FOUNDER AND COOWNER OF THE PREMIUM EXHIBITIONS GMBH Oke Goettlich finetunes

Olaff Furniss Music Week OLE TILLMANN MEMBER OF STÖRUNGSMELDER, ACTOR, COACH Oliver Koch QTom Oliver Isaacs this is music Oliver Ihrens Managing Director of Radar Media GmbH OLIVER JANIK MANAGING DIRECTOR OF JUNIPER GROUP PATRICK JACOBSHAGEN MANAGING DIRECTOR OF FILMRECHT FILM Patrick Schuenemann Truegrass Organisation Patrik Mertens A.S.S. Concert & Promotion Patty Schünemann Clubmob Berlin Paul Baranowski Event Manager at Stadt Dortmund/ Stadtgrün PETER ESSER FOUNDER OF THE SILENT CLIMATE PARADE PETRA HUSEMANN-RENNER MANAGING DIRECTOR OF MOTOR MUSIC Phillipe Cornu founder and co-owner Appalooza Productions PIA EHLERS HEAD OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS AT THE BRITISH COUNCIL GERMANY Prof. Dr. Fritz Reusswig PIK Potsdam PROF. DR. HARALD WELZER DIRECTOR OF THE CENTRE FOR INTER-DISCIPLINARY MEMORY RESEARCH IN ESSEN PROF. DR. MICHAEL JEISMANN HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT COMMUNICATION OF THE GOETHE INSTITUT IN BERLIN Prof. Hubert Wandjo Director of Music Business of Popakademie BadenWürttemberg Prof. Niels-Peter Rudolph Director of Theatre and Opera Productions Prof. Norbert Aust CEO SeeLive Tivoli and Consulting Rainer Grigutsch Managing Director of ClubCommission / ClubConsult RAINER SCHMIDT EDITOR IN CHIEF ROL­LING STONE, MUSIKEXPRESS, SOUNDS RAINER TRAUBE HEAD OF ARTS AND CULTURE AT GERMANYʼS INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTER DEUTSCHE WELLE Ralf Grauel Business Journalist and Consultant Ralph H. Christoph cologne on pop RASMUS PRIESS PROJECT LEADER OF PRODUCT CARBON FOOTPRINTING PROJEKT AND WORLD FORUM Rebecca Stuffer Marketing/ Communication at I-Motion GmbH – Events & Entertainment

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Reiner Andreä Projectfinanz RICHARD HAWTIN FOUNDER BEATPORT Robert Tucovic Ernst & Young ROLAND LEESKER MANAGING DIRECTOR AT THE MUSIC MARKETING AGENCY ROCKIT Roman Dashuber Green Music Initiative/ Green club index Ruth Rockenschaub Filmfest Hamburg SABINE FUNK GENERAL MANAGER OF THE RHEINKULTUR FESTIVAL IN BONN SANDRA DELASAUCE HEAD OF CONTENT FOR ZAOZA AND VIVENDIME Sandrine Mittelstädt PCH Berlin-Los Angeles Sara Lossius Hafslund Sarah Dickel Freelance TV-Journalist and Producer sascha lafeld first climate Sebastian Dresel Delegate for Cultural And Creative Economy at Wirtschaftsförderung Mannheim Sebastian Fleiter Electric Hotel Sebastian Keil WBN:DIGITAL SEBASTIAN KÖRBER HEAD OF THE MEDIA DEPARTMENT AT THE INSTITUT FÜR AUSLANDSBEZIEHUNGEN Seymour Stein Vice-president Warner Bros Records / co-founder syre records Sheila-Michelle Rieke WANTED PICTURES SIR MICHAEL ARTHUR BRITISH AMBASSADOR TO GERMANY Stefan Lehmkuhl Melt! festival Stefan Puriss frontlineshop.com Stefan Langkammer QTom Stefan Bohne Arttheater / Klubkomm Stefan Dierks senior manager corporate responsability Tchibo STEFAN KIWIT MANAGING DIRECTOR OF EXIT MEDIA BRAND ENTERTAINMENT stefan läufer q-cells Stefan Leuchten EnergieAgentur.NRW Stefan Zarges Musikmarkt Stefanie Franke CEO Assistant at Juicy Beats Festival/Popmodern GmbH/Upop e.V. Steffi Saueracker co2 online Stephan Benn lawyer at Klubkomm Stephanie Schropp co2 online Stephanie Weigel Tollwood STEVE REDMOND BPI Sven Hasenjaeger 380grad Sylvie Kleindienst Freelance Editor Teresa Moore Bucks University Theresa Kessler selph2 Thies Schröder Ferropolis Thomas Franken Q-cells Thomas Scheppler UmweltBank Thore Debor ceo Zuendwerke

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Thorsten Habermann Telefónica Germany TILMAN SANTARIUS HEAD OF INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE AND ENERGY POLICY AT THE HEINRICH BÖLL FOUNDATION Tim Nebel WBN: Büro für Kommunikation TIM RENNER MANAGING DIRECTOR OF MOTOR MUSIC Timotheus Wiesmann Hamburg Music Business Assoc. IHM Tina Funk Owner & Managing Director of Creative Lobby GmbH Tina Heine ELBJAZZ Tina Koppelin Universal Music TINA Krüger Booking Agent at Karsten Jahnke Konzertdirektion GmbH Tina Sikorski Head of Project Factory & Corporate Communication Popakademie Baden-Württemberg Tobias Froehlich co-founder QTom Tobias Thomas program manager at c/o pop Tommy Nick Berlin Music Week Tony Martin Green Music Initiative / THEMA1 Torge Dräger Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld Torsten Gericke Q-Cells Torsten Lange Frontline Uli Hellweg Internationale Bauaustellung IBA Uli Tanas 2bild TV.Events & Media ULRIKE BECK ARTIST AT ENCORE Uriz von Oertzen Hi-Life Uwe Werner Coca-Cola Verena Müller EnergieAgentur.NRW VERENA VEHLING MANAGING DIRECTOR OF EXIT MEDIA BRAND ENTERTAINMENT WALTER LINDNER COMMISSIONER FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT AT THE GERMAN FEDERAL FOREIGN OFFICE Winfried Owtscharenko Q-Cells Wolfgang Bergmann ZDF Theaterkanal Yoko Anna Rückerl 1LIVE WDR


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Hosts of the Green Music BBQ

About Green Music Initiative


About c/o pop festival


The Green Music Initiative acts as a pan european platform coordinating the music ­ and entertainment industry’s efforts to minimise their climate impact. CO2-reduction strategies are implemented in close coope­ ration with scientific institutes, stakeholders and artists, paving the way for others to follow. GMI showcases best practise with the objective to create industrywide demand for innovative and sustainable solutions – both from the climate and business point of view. 
 www.greenmusicinitiative.de

The international music festival is taking place from 20 – 24 June this year, offering its visitors five days of exceptional musical entertainment by superstars and rising stars, heroes of the international scene and national newcomers. The festival will play out in over 20 venues and involve more than 50 shows. As ever, the line up is strikingly international, featuring bands from more than 15 countries.
 www.c-o-pop.de

About EnergieAgentur.NRW


About C'n'B


The EnergieAgentur.NRW works on behalf of the state government of North Rhine-Westphalia as an operative platform with broad ­expertise in the field of energy: from energy ­research, technical development, demonstration, market launch and energy consultancy to continuous vocational training. www.energieagentur.nrw.de

The C'n'B – Creativity & Business Convention is a forum where decision-makers, thinkers and generators from the creative industries´ entertainment sectors meet. ­ Here, the principal players and engineers of tomorrow´s content worlds come together, here the future is planned and shaped ­beyond the boundaries of the trade.
 www.c-o-pop.de/en/cnb-convention/news

About EUROPAREISE Europareise is an international networking platform within the c/o pop festival and the C’n’B – Creativity & Business Convention. It is primarily aimed at festivals and institutions around the world.
 www.c-o-pop.de/en/europareise/home ISE

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partners

We would like to thank the partners for their generous support

EISE

EUROPAR

Imprint Green Music Initiative c/o THEMA1 GmbH, Torstraße 154, 10115 Berlin, Germany Contact: Roman Dashuber, +49 30 779 0 779 12, dashuber@thema1.de All photos taken from the "flickr festival c/o pop stream": Page 1 (Joanna Seitz), page 6 (unknown), page 25 (Tobias Vollmer)

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Green Music BBQ @ c/o Pop 2012  

Green Music Initiative and its partners EnergieAgentur.NRW, c/o Pop, Institut Francais, Popakademie Baden-Württemberg and THEMA1 invited sel...

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