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Music SA

Shop 4, Cinema Place, Adelaide 5000

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  • Associations and advocacy
  • Events and venues
Music SA is a not-for-profit organisation committed to promoting, supporting, and developing contemporary music in South Australia

Why Music SA is supporting Carbon Neutral Adelaide

Music SA nurture careers in the industry and deliver cultural and economic benefits to artists, residents, businesses, visitors and global audiences.

As one of MusicSA’s key priorities, sustainability is at the heart of their ethos. Sustainability is practiced for the People, in the Process and for the Planet

What Music SA is doing to reduce carbon emissions

MusicSA employs green ethos within its own office environment, from recycling to discouraging printed solutions. MusicSA’s marketing is moving quickly away from traditional printed materials and aims not to produce single use marketing materials such as pop-up banners, corflute signs etc.

MusicSA encourages all venues it works with to employ similar green goals within their businesses noting that hospitality (live music venues) are at the forefront of this fight with the eradication of single use plastics and waste management principals.

Large scale events are encouraged to interact directly with the Carbon Neutral Adelaide and MusicSA can provide advice and introductions as necessary to those businesses.

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