The Consell de Mallorca has presented a new strategy, called the Green Film Shooting Plan, which promotes sustainable practices among filmmakers.
On July 15, the Consell de Mallorca presented the Green Cinema Filming Plan, a plan that allocates €2,150,000 to sustainable filming practices in the audiovisual sector in Mallorca. Companies will receive support and funding for the acquisition of technology that allows them to produce their work in a more sustainable way.
The Green Film Shooting Plan, which is financed by the European Union through Next Generation funds, seeks to promote measures such as the use of energy from renewable sources, the use of electric or hybrid vehicles, the elimination of plastic water bottles and carbon footprint reduction by working with professional neighbors and teams whenever possible. The implementation period is from 2022 to 2024.
Andreu Serra, Councilor for Transition, Tourism and Sports, said: “We want all filming in Mallorca from now on to be more respectful of the environment. We want these companies to be sustainable and participate in the circular economy, as we have also been promoting in the rest of the productive sectors”.
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