Why does it matter?
The environmental impacts of broadcasting derive mainly from greenhouse gas emissions, energy and raw material consumption, and electronic waste.
Public service media are committed to reducing these impacts because it’s the right thing to do in a world growing more vulnerable to climate change.
In addition, the industry itself is exposed to environmental threats, such as energy security and related cost rises, resource scarcity, and extreme weather events.
What are we doing about it?
The EBU leads expert groups, conducts research, and provides training on solutions to broadcasting’s sustainability challenges.
Working together, we can find strategies that protect the environment and support economy at the same time.
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