We’re really excited to have Green Music Australia (GMA) join our community! They are a For-Purpose organisation that harness the cultural power of music and musicians to lead the way to a greener and more environmentally-friendly music industry. GMA make it easy for musicians to reduce their environmental impact, providing tools, case studies, encouragement and hands on support, partnering with others across the sector to make change happen. GMA run campaigns on key issues to build support and momentum for change.
Green Music Australia is currently mobilising musicians to participate in environmental campaigns, such as Stop Adani (preventing new coal mines from being built), BYO bottle (reduce single-use water bottles), Rock the Reef (to protect the Great Barrier Reef) and Amplifying Divestment (amplifying the fossil fuel divestment movement).
Green Music Australia are creating impact through their contribution towards the following UN Sustainable Development Goals:
Together with your help, we can help reduce the environmental impact of the music industry and improve the awareness of environmental issues amongst musicians, artist managers, agents and promoters, venue and festival managers and environmentally conscious music lovers.
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If you want to volunteer with Green Music Australia and other For-Purpose organisations, contact us at email@example.com.
Written by Vincent X. Feng, Co-Founder and Director of Communiteer
Communiteer is a virtual volunteering platform that helps skilled individuals and companies volunteer for worthy causes. Its mission is to facilitate social impact by harnessing the power of volunteering, technology, and cross-sector collaboration. The company was founded in 2016 by Tracey Middleton, Victor Lee and Vincent X. Feng, a team of skilled professionals who are passionate about volunteering and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia. Their background range from operations and partnership development to strategic consulting and digital media.