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"We’re passionate about all things environmental and reflect this in everything we do."

 

EAP SUSTAINABLE EVENT MANAGEMENT

Every business needs to address it’s environmental impact - fact. But making an event sustainable doesn’t mean compromising quality and makes for a better experience for both organisers and attendees alike with cleaner, clearer event grounds and venues as well as positive ‘green’ PR.

 

Eco Action Partnership have a management team to organise and guide through every stage of any project or event.

 

CARBON AUDIT

We have a proven record in auditing over 150 businesses.

 

ETHICAL PR

We also integrate or operate a stand alone public relations service for ethical businesses who are looking to engage with their considered audience through print, broadcast and online social media sites Facebook and Twitter.

 

 

LATEST NEWS
GREEN EVENTS AND INNOVATIONS
FEBRUARY 2013

Breaking News everyone. Our Love Your Tent campaign is going from strength to strength. We will be presenting and spreading the word at the Green Events and Innvovations conference on Friday March 7th in Kensington, London, part of the International Live Music conference. Will also be announcing which festivals are supporting the campaign this year in the next few days on the Love Your Tent facebook page and Love Your Tent website.

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ECO ACTION UP FOR GREEN AWARD
OCTOBER 2012

All very excited here! Eco Action Partnership are nominated for a prestigious GREEN INITIATIVES award for our work on the LOVE YOUR TENT campaign by A Greener Festival. Hot on the heels from our appearance last week at the LIVE UK SUMMIT, where we sat on a panel talking about waste, comes this very exciting news. And we are included in the final list of 10! Will keep you updated through facebook and twitter pages, and of course through the website as well.

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LOVE YOUR TENT UPDATE
AUGUST 2012

LYT goes off to Reading and Leeds....

The LYT film was shown at both festivals over the weekend, and the message was spread through the usual social media channels. Thanks everyone who took their tents home and supported the campaign, and thanks to the organisers for making it happen.

 

And.......Rick is now a blogger for DECC! We are the only non-governmental blogger on the website, and so far, we have been spreading the word of Love Your Tent within this Government Department with some interesting feedback. Have a look at http://blog.decc.gov.uk

lyt update