Formula 1 Grand Prix broadcast certified carbon-neutral

F1 has also committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2030

albert unveils new carbon calculator to make TV and film emissions a wrap

The new version features a broader range of questions that aim to allow businesses to better assess their own impact against the industry-standard

Anthony Joshua’s world championship fight to become ‘first albert-certified live boxing event’

Sky Sports said its first albert-certified live boxing event builds upon its commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its sports productions

Sky Sports to broadcast first ‘albert certified’ live Premier League match

Liverpool versus Leeds United will be the ‘green’ match and is to take place on September 12th

The carbon footprint of an average blockbuster film ‘is equal to 11 trips to the moon’

Air travel emissions alone from the average film production are equivalent to flying one way from London to New York 150 times, according to a new BFI report

BAFTA’s albert welcomes ‘Class of 2020’ with first graduates of green course

Almost 300 students from 24 universities completed the course, which aims to equip those entering the screen industries with knowledge of sustainable practices

Lights, camera, action for renewables!

A 100% renewable energy supplier has partnered with BAFTA’s sustainability initiative. Good Energy and BAFTA’s ‘albert’ scheme hopes to reduce the carbon footprint of film and television production by supporting the industry’s transition to clean electricity. The collaboration plans to make renewable power more affordable for creative organisations by buying it collectively, with the ultimate […]