Reflecting on a year of ecolibrium in 2021

Before we kick off 2022 in earnest we’ve taken a few days to reflect on 2021: A challenging year for everyone working in events but one in which ecolibrium made new connections with events, artists and companies who are committed to tackling the negative impacts from travel emissions by targeting reductions and supporting ecosystem protection, restoration and regeneration and investment in clean renewable energy generation.

Watch this space for a celebration of the impact of our members brilliant carbon balancing donations last year and the climate solutions projects they’ve supported, and take a look back at 2021 with us…

✳️ In March we developed and launched our travel log app to make it easier to track travel miles and balance carbon emissions – download from the App Store or GooglePlay by searching for ‘ecolibrium’ and start recording and balancing your travel miles

✳️ In May we launched a campaign with Emi Record and artists, Greentea Peng, Olivia Dean and Jack Savoretti which saw a tree planted with for every t-shirt sold with our partner Temwa

✳️ We gained a new project manager in Naomi Lawson – and said goodbye to previous PM Abi Moores

✳️ In November ecolibrium was welcomed by Cube Modular as their charity partner – with their foldable, sustainable, temporary, portable building solutions they share our mission to help events cut travel emissions from the supply chain

✳️ In December ecolibrium was voted charity of the month by ethical ticket agent Ticketpass

✳️ Our team and trustees joined panels at The Showman’s Show, Event Buyers Live and Music Declares Emergency’s Climate Blow Out Conference, to talk about tackling travel impacts at events – as well as engaging audiences in carbon balancing their travel impacts.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us in 2021. To join our mission to do something positive about the negative impact of event and tour travel in 2022 email: