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Sargent-Disc at Focus 2018

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Summary

Sargent-Disc attended Focus in London over 4-5 December where Dr. Laurence Sargent chaired the Travelling in a Greener Direction seminar.

Sargent-Disc at Focus 2018

 

The Sargent-Disc team attended Focus at the Business Design Centre in London over 4th and 5th December as an Official Partner of Bafta albert. Sargent-Disc represented the partnership on a stand in the festival's Green Zone alongside fellow albert partners, Green Tomato Cars and Good Energy.

 

In addition to being based on the stand, Sargent-Disc held the Travelling in a Greener Direction seminar with Green Tomato Cars at the Green Academy in order to help the production industry understand its environmental impact and encourage it to reduce its carbon footprint.

 

Travelling in a Greener Direction

 

Panellists:

Dr. Laurence Sargent, Director, Sargent-Disc (Chair)

Ian Bates, Commercial Director, Green Tomato Cars.

Suzanne Dolan, Series Co-ordinator, Eastenders

Roser Canela-Mas, Industry Sustainability Manager, Bafta albert

 

 

The industry is moving towards a carbon neutral future. The Production Office is the second highest production department for generating carbon, but the transportation of people and goods remains the worst offender within the production process. Approx. 40% of the industry's carbon footprint comes from travel whilst 75% of the travel footprint comes from moving people around (as opposed to couriers and equipment trucks). The global aviation industry alone produces around 2% of all human-induced carbon dioxide emissions.

 

Following an introduction from Laurence, Roser shed light on the environmental issues facing production companies, in particular those related to travel and transportation. Ian emphasised these through Green Tomato Car's Discovery case study, highlighting the challenges Discovery wanted them to resolve, and how Green Tomato Cars did this.

 

Suzanne then shared the challenges of producing Eastenders in a location (Elstree) with limited transport links, their use of hybrid cars and their purchase of hybrid vans to transport equipment and props and what she would like the production to do going forward.

 

The panel mutually agreed that eco-friendly productions are at the forefront of building best practice for us all. Roser spoke about the challenges, strategies and actions taken by Emmerdale, The Tunnel Vengeance and Faster: Race the World to reduce travel generated carbon. Emmerdale improved their sustainable travel strategy behind and in front of the camera by leasing 7 new hybrid cars for the location and art departments, as well as using hybrid cars in the background of shots as part of their editorial strategy. Both The Tunnel Vengeance and Faster: Race the World hired local crew on location to reduce their carbon spend, with The Tunnel Vengeance's effective scheduling resulting in reduced travel to France when compared to previous series. All of these productions measured significant financial savings as a result of the reduced need for travel and accommodation of crew based elsewhere.  Roser then explained how the albert Carbon Calculator has helped these productions plan and measure their carbon spend. 

  

On a similar note, Laurence told the audience about Sargent-Disc's application called Digital Purchase Order which includes Travel Authorisations. Typically, the process for booking travel arrangements on production involves the production company or individual manually circulating travel/hotel information before being faxed, emailed or posted to the travel office.

 

DPO Travel Authorisations simplify the traditional process; providing a fully integrated process which removes the need for multiple emails and manual circulation. Travel costs are viewed and approved within the DPO system, and then sent directly to the travel agent to be booked and confirmed. This enables productions to approve and document their travel expenses efficiently in one secure location. Alasdair Wilson, Product Manager at Sargent-Disc demonstrated the benefits of using Digital Purchase Order to the audience including how to incorporate albert carbon calculator questions into the system to help decision making and track production travel and transportation strategy carbon spend.

 

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