We’ve compiled a list of useful links to external sites that provide information and resources geared toward greening film, television and commercial productions.
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- Film4Climate International Charter: COP21 Film4Climate International Charter
- First Glance Film Festival: Paperless screenplay competition and green film festival
- Best Buy: Information about Best Buy’s electronics recycling program
- Ecosecurities: Developer and supplier of emission reductions
- WaterWise Consulting: Consulting company assisting clients to implement water conservation practices
- California Film Commission Green Resources Guide
- Environmental Media Association: The only industry non-profit dedicated to harnessing the power of media to promote sustainable lifestyles through environmentally-conscious celebrity role models, tastemakers and corporations as well as green plotlines and physical productions.
- California Department of Toxic Substances Control: Hazardous waste haulers
- The Expendable Recycler: Expendables recycling
- Disney: Disney’s various green initiatives
- NBC Universal – Green Is Universal
- Fox Broadcasting – Green It Mean It
- Warner Bros. Environmental Initiatives
- Sony Pictures A Greener World
- Green Screen Toronto: The Green Screen Toronto Initiative aims to facilitate the long-term growth of Toronto and Ontario’s entertainment and creative cluster through industry-wide participation by creating a program that is adaptive to new environmental demands affecting the industry.
- Film Biz Recycling: Free advice on where to donate and divert materials after you wrap, recycled prop house and more.
- Oregon Film Commission’s Green Guides
- Greening the Screen Templates
- Irish Film Board Green Production Guidelines PDF
- Philadelphia Film Commission’s Greener S.E.T.S. Program: The Greater Philadelphia Film Office’s Going Greener campaign was initiated to help productions reduce waste and diminish their impact on the environment.
International Green Production Guides
- British Columbia
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom – Film London
- United Kingdom – Media Greenhouse
International Sustainability Consultants