Green Production Resources

Here you will find a growing list of resources for running productions as green as possible.

A big thank you to Filmmakers for Future who have put together this map of green companies useful for production. Please explore and feel free to add any companies we are missing using the “add an entry” tab on the bottom left



Jackson Wild

A globally renowned wildlife film festival and summits with a focus on conservation and impact.

Green Production Guide

US based website – worldwide database of vendors that provide sustainable goods and services for film and television production. We also offer tools and resources to help implement a sustainable plan for your production

BFI Sustainability

As the lead body for film in the UK, BFI embrace best practice and take seriously their responsibility to co-ordinate a UK-wide sustainability strategy for all parts of the film sector.


Julie’s Bicycle

Sustainability for live performance arts; guidance notes on renewable energy at shows and outside broadcasts

The Man at Seat 61

Find the cheapest rail tickets in the UK or Europe with good comparisons of journey times and CO2 emissions between rail and short haul flights

Terra Mater

Austrian production company, Terra Mater will be releasing some of their Green Production Guidelines next year as part of their 10th anniversary, some of these are specific to natural history programming so should be useful for us. The team at Jackson Wild are also working on a Green Productions database so watch this space.h this space.

Are we missing something?

If there is a valuable green production resource you think we should be sharing here and aren't please let us know!