Published: 5th Sep 2019

The south-east London nightclub Studio 338 has announced its plans to promote ‘sustainable clubbing’ through a new eco-conscious initiative. The 3,000-capacity nightclub in the Greenwich Peninsula has said that by 2020 it will donate a portion of its profits to a conservation charity and will encourage visiting artists to do the same. The club will also take steps to reduce its environmental impact such as banning all single-use plastics, non-biodegradable and environmentally harmful materials from its venues where possible. Dan Perrin, music and events director at Studio 338, said: ‘We are creating a movement aimed at leading the way for sustainable clubbing, kicking off in Studio 338 with a view to starting a wave of change reaching far beyond London. ‘The electronic music community has the potential to make a real impact if we can work together to change our behaviours and reduce our ecological footprints that are destroying the … (To read the full article, subscribe below)