ADE Green, a conference on sustainability, innovation and social change in the music industry, have announced their line-up for 2019’s ADE program.
2019’s ADE Green will return for the seventh consecutive year on October 18 to the DeLaMar Theater in Amsterdam.
ADE Green is organised by ADE and Green Events, and aims to ignite and strengthen sustainability, innovation and social change through the music and events industry. ADE Green will be featuring keynote speeches, in-depth discussions and panels, hands-on workshops, film screenings and room for networking.
Last year saw ADE Green sold out completely, with an attendance of 1200 industry professionals, brand managers, suppliers, artists, journalists and students.
The line-up includes Soul Clap’s Eli Goldstein speaking about responsible travel and climate action, and Groove Armada’s Andy Cato who will give a presentation on his own experience as nature-inclusive farmer.
The conference will also include many more features of a range of subjects, from plenary panels on plastic use to an exclusive workshop dealing with circular material management.
Other panels at the conference include: Food Footprint by Rabobank, which will be looking at how the production of food effects climate change, and how changing the we eat can help save the environment; Nature Needs Heroes by Timberland, which aims to showcase artists who use nature as their main source of inspiration or who have a close relationship to it; The Art of Activism and the Activism of Art, a panel which aims to explore the different ways people can campaign through music; and many more.
Find out more at: www.amsterdam-dance-event.nl/en/ade-green/.