Sustainable film making – Albert’s 2021 Annual Review is out 📊

Our Annual Review of 2021 reflects on a significant year for the TV industry with huge efforts made in tackling climate change despite challenging conditions. The latest data from our carbon calculator and certification toolkit reveals that in 2021, the average hour of TV contributed 5.7t CO2e per hour. This represents a 30% increase from 2020’s figure of 4.4t CO2e/hr- but remains significantly lower than 2019’s average figure of 9.2t CO2e.
Have a read to find out how we crunched the numbers, what this means for the industry going forward, and what else we got up to in 2021.
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