Here at SXSW, we're in the business of putting on large-scale events. We also both recognize and take accountability for the impact these events have on the environment.
SXSW Environmental Mission Statement
SXSW acknowledges and takes responsibility for its environmental impacts. SXSW will demonstrate leadership in its efforts to integrate principles of environmental sustainability into its organizational practices. By promoting awareness of the environmental impact that our actions have within our corporate culture we hope to find solutions that limit and mitigate the environmental effects of our operations and events. Click here to read our full corporate sustainability policy.
Farm Schools are popping up all over the country and now Austin is going to have its very own! Texas has a year-round growing season, and Central Texas is rife with organic farms and communities that support them. It is about time we have a complimentary farm school program and...
The upcycling program launched at SXSW Eco 2013 with SpinFish Event Solutions was so successful that we are expanding the initiative to this year's SXSW Trade Show.
We're excited to announce that two initiatives begun at SXSW Eco will be implemented this March at SXSW to help us meet our sustainability goals.
We're excited to announce the season launch of SXSW Eco 2014, where the urgency of global challenges meets the opportunity for breakthrough innovation. On October 6-8, 2014, an international community of advocates, experts and creatives will meet in Austin for three full days of insightful speakers and sessions, intensive...
Locals can all relate to the nuisance of having to plan their days around avoiding Austin’s atrocious traffic. Austin’s steadily increasing traffic problems are unfortunately growing faster than the development of our traditional public transportation system. But have no fear, the tides are finally changing! The Bike Share Program is...
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