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Leading players in the Norwegian cultural sector join forces with climate researchers to develop a web-based climate tool, that both measures and helps reduce the carbon footprint of a production.

Green Producers Tool is developed by producers, for producers, and provides the unique and necessary insight to appear relevant and intuitive to the users.

Already in the initial phase of production, the tool facilitates emission reduction. After completion, the producer receives a climate score, an overview of the climate footprint and a climate report.

The project aims to become a certification scheme for the cultural sector.

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What is Green Producers Tool?

A web-based tool that guides the producer from start to finish in a production.

The tool is based on research data, and calculates the climate footprint of a production, and provides guidance for reduction of emissions.

It provides customized instructions for a green production, tailored to all professions, clients and others involved.

At the end of each production, the producer receives a climate report and a climate score.

What does it mean?

The tool provides you with an overview of the company’s annual climate footprint for production.

Your company will be better equipped for the upcoming statutory requirements for reporting and reducing emissions.

It gives the user a competitive advantage in the bidding and allocation of public funds.

Your company contributes to achieving the goals set in the Paris Agreement.

Why is it good for the cultural sector?

By concentrating the cultural sector around a verifiable measurement standard, we will for the first time get an overview of the industry's real climate footprint, and in the long run, achieve important emission reductions.

Why is it good for the cultural consumer?

It will give the cultural consumer an overview of the climate footprint of the cultural experience they enjoy.

It is helping the consumer exercise consumer power by opting out of those experiences with a high climate footprint.