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Published 05/08/2022 17:30 | Updated 05/08/2022 17:43
Thus, it can be classified With the, which runs until Sunday, inspired by the goals of the United Nations (UN) Agenda 2030. The festival’s commitment to the environment starts from the use of the eco cup to the correct disposal of the waste generated on the days of the show, including selective collection. The scenography uses pallet and bamboo furniture. LED lamps guarantee 80% energy savings.
The event occupied different spaces in five regions of Rio de Janeiro and Baixada Fluminense. Among the places of activities: Largo do Machado, Oi Futuro- Flamengo, Praça Mauá, Rio Art Museum, Madureira Park and Oscar Niemeyer Cultural Center -in Duque de Caxias, among others.
More focused on the spiritual side and connection with nature. That’s why it’s going to be held at Parque Lage. Among the supporters: the actress Dira Paes (Filó from the soap opera Pantanal) and the chef of natural recipes, Bela Gil. In addition to music, she focuses on fine arts, dramaturgy and lectures. The event is also inspired by the 16 UN SDGs for a more just, peaceful and inclusive society.
The Brazilian edition has just announced the next edition between the 24th and 26th of March at the Interlagos Circuit, in São Paulo.
“It is very gratifying to be able to celebrate the tenth edition of Lollapalooza Brasil after a period of so many challenges”, comments Francesca Brown Alterio, director of marketing and festivals at Time For Fun. “Without a doubt, we are heading towards another historic edition”, she adds.
For the next edition, the organizers keep investing in Planet Lolaa space for partnerships with organizations that work with social and environmental causes, including: Greenpeace, Roof, Heart House – which serves children and adolescents, Ampara- the largest animal protection organization in Brazil and the Instituto Bow – which works with low-income youth.
Rock in Rio
Since taking on the slogan “For a better world”, for 20 years, the Medina family event has sought, with each edition, a greater socio-environmental connection. The festival, scheduled for September, is also in tune with the SDGs.
’20 years ago, with his project ROCK IN RIO FOR A BETTER WORLD, he created a vision of sustainability that today is transversal to the entire event, publicly assuming sustainability goals for 2030 in line with the Sustainable Development Goals” – explains the event website.
The socio-environmental concern of the organizers guided the negotiations with the partners. The column spoke with the Gerdau which puts the finishing touches on the gigantic stage, made entirely of recycled steel.
already the nissinguaranteed a reverse logistics plan and concern with the goals established by the festival, among them, the sustainable management of 100% of the waste generated, as you can see in the article at the link