Chiara Badiali

Founded by the music industry in 2007 and now working across the arts and culture, Julie’s Bicycle is a pioneering not-for-profit mobilising the creative community to take action on the climate and ecological crisis.

Combining cultural and environmental expertise, Julie’s Bicycle focuses on high-impact programmes and policy change to meet the climate crisis head-on.

Chiara joined JB in 2012 and since then has contributed to publications like the ‘The Show Must Go On’ report on UK music festival environmental impacts, worked on projects including the Europe-wide ‘EE MUSIC: energy efficiency in live music’ and Arts Council England environmental support programmes, and helped design the international Julie’s Bicycle Creative Climate Leadership professional development programme.

She is part of the Music Declares Emergency working group, Vision2025 Outdoor Events Climate Action steering group, and is an adviser to the IMPALA sustainability task force and LIVE Green.