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How Into Film is going green

Discover how Into Film is 'going green', and learn about the passionate employees that are spearheading change across the organisation.
© Into Film (2021)

Kermit the Frog famously lamented that ‘it’s not easy being green’. While it may not always seem easy, there are plenty of steps – large and small – we can all take to work towards a more sustainable future.

At Into Film, we believe an eco-friendly way of life ensures that we pass the torch to future generations in the most positive and impactful way possible. We are committed to making smart long-term decisions leading to a better future for all.

Our Green Team

Established in 2019, our ‘Green Team’ brings together passionate employees of Into Film from across the four nations of the UK to spearhead change across the organisation.

From writing monthly blogs and sharing top tips, to discussing films and changing internal policies, the group is always looking for ways to raise awareness about sustainability issues and improve our practices.

Partnering with other eco-friendly companies, like Eco-Schools, has also been an integral part of advancing the Green Team’s work. This year, we are proud to be working towards attaining Creative Green Certification through green charity, Julie’s Bicycle.

A greener course

We love providing educators with a wealth of resources to engage their learners, but we are also conscious of the negative impact that printing everything out can have on the planet.

That’s why we’ve developed all of the activity sheets for this course into editable worksheets that can be completed online. For each page that you refrain from printing, you’re preventing 6g of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere!

Sharing knowledge

As we make strides towards sustainability in the organisation, we’re also passionate about sharing knowledge and resources more widely.

In addition to this course, you can check out our Climate Change theme page for more sustainability-themed resources and film lists on a range of sustainability topics like Respect for the Environment and Socioeconomic Diversity.

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