Highly reputable, Ultra Music Festival, has grown tremendously since its initial upcoming, and with its growth, has consistently elevated its sustainability efforts. Its most recently discussed efforts, ‘Mission: Home’ has been celebrated as the most extensive sustainability program across leading US electronic music festivals, reaching more than 5.5 million people.
Ultra launched its ‘Mission: Home’ sustainability program in 2019, and since then, have collectively reduced 1.1 Million plastic items from waste streams, diverted more than 128,000 pounds of waste from landfills, achieved an impressive 100% acceptance of recycling loads at the local facility, and have reached millions of people globally.
Ultra’s ‘Mission: Home’ sustainability project debuted with the motives of “preserving home, reducing environmental impact, and inspiring the community to protect the planet,” and has since successfully executed 30 different sustainability initiatives already this year. Over the years, the initiatives have done tons of good for the community and environment, while the project has gone on to partner with a variety of internationally renowned experts such as ZAP Concepts, Climate Futures, Ocean Conservancy, and more.
Through a variety of sustainability campaigns, Ultra’s ‘Mission: Home’ project has successfully helped the environment while inspiring the community. It will continue to connect people with nature, while also helping humanity move towards positive directions that it should be taking for the environment. Through it, Ultra will continue to expand the environmental consciousness of the festival scene along with its respective communities.
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