Sustainability Task Force
The NAMM Sustainability Task Force is a peer-to-peer networking group that shares sustainability practices across the music industry, including wood sourcing, employee-driven sustainability efforts, and best practices for engaging customers and the community. The Task force is an informal resource to assist NAMM members in setting and meeting their goals for the health and well-being of employees, consumers, and precious natural resources.
Sustainability Webinar: Setting Sustainable Resolutions for 2022
Sustainable business practices took a leap forward in 2021 and will likely continue to grow in 2022. Don't know where to start? Join Mary Luehrsen, Director of Public Affairs and Government Relations, for a conversation with Vanderbilt University's Jeff Gowdy about how the current pandemic has illuminated that businesses with sustainability practices as part of their culture are more collaborative, transparent, and innovative when confronting the unique challenges of the current moment. This session will provide you with ideas on how your organization can make 2022 a more sustainable and successful year. Presented by NAMM's Public Affairs and Government Relations department.
- NAMM Sustainability Task Force Meeting
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Participants shared and explored sustainability practices across the music industry including wood sourcing, employee-driven sustainability efforts and best practices for engaging customers and the community. The NAMM Sustainability Task Force Meeting also featured NAMM members and their goals for the health and well-being of employees, consumers, and precious natural resources.
- 2020 NAMM Show, “Sustainability and the Music Industry Forum”
At The 2020 NAMM Show, the music industry and environmental leaders joined together to review sustainability efforts to preserve environmental resources and the production of musical instruments. Listen to the forum.