A walk through what Burning Man will look like in 2030
In 2019 Burning Man Project shared a 10-year Environmental Sustainability Roadmap. We committed to the roadmap because we need to prioritize the health of the planet. Our goal for this page and in general is to be transparent, get feedback, inspire action, and offer a connection point for others doing similar work. It’s possible that humans could address climate change if every city, organization, and land project established and followed the three goals we’re using. We aim for our model to be open-source and useful for local communities, governments, events, and households. You can learn more from the resources below. Email us at gro.namgninrubnull@ytilibaniatsus with questions or sign up for our email list to participate.
Below you’ll find more documents and links. For an operational perspective, see our funding model and operational model.
Three roadmaps & goals
1. Be Carbon Negative Projects
2. Ecological Waste Projects
3. Be Regenerative Projects
Black Rock City Sustainability Projects
Historical perspective: 2007 Green Man
2020 dashboard on progress towards 2030 goals; BWB Ecosystem Action Day, photo by Christopher Breedlove; Recycle Camp, photo by Robert Bruce Anderson; BRC recycling cycle, image by Stephen Chun from waste roadmap; Carbon Capture & Storage options, Negative emissions—Part 1: Research landscape and synthesis, from page 7; Land acknowledgement, from 2020 sustainability update; Planet Home Eco Sprint Snapshots from BWB Fall Summit at Fly Ranch; Vox chart from The world’s bleak climate situation, in 3 charts; @A Daily Memo; Planet Home Eco Sprint Snapshots from BWB Fall Summit at Fly Ranch;