● The Film Commission Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein in Germany created the green shooting card
http://www.fchsh.de/sites/en_1443.asp

● Berlin Brandenburg Film Commission offers information on green filming (in German)
http://www.bbfc.de/WebObjects/Medienboard.woa/wa/CMSshow/1011318

● The Irish Film Board has a green production toolkit
http://www.irishfilmboard.ie/irish_film_industry/news/IFB_Supports_A_Greener_Policy_See_our_Green_Production_Toolkit/1254

● VAF-location Flanders in Belgium developed a handbook called e-Mission
http://www.locationflanders.be/about-us/e-mission/

● Film London launched in 2008 the Green Screen initiative which encourages environmentally friendly filming in London
http://filmlondon.org.uk/filming_in_london/london_filming_partnership/green_screen

● The Ile-de-France Film Commission in France is part of a joint initiative by public and private organisations called Eco Prod which creates a carbon calculator (carbon’clap) and since 2012 the guide eco production
http://www.ecoprod.com

● AGIR Programm from the PACA region and the Pôle Transmedia Méditerranée (in French)
http://www.primi.pro/environnement

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