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  • How Team Sony Showed Up for Earth Day 2024
  • Apr 23, 2024
How Team Sony Showed Up for Earth Day 2024

For the second year in a row, Sony Pictures, Sony Music and The Orchard collaborated on a special Earth Day happy hour for employees in the Culver City LA office. The event was attended by nearly 600 SMG & SPE employees, and included special performances by The Orchard distributed artists Brittany Davis, Chris LaRocca, and Love Moor, and interactive stations by several nonprofit partners.

While listening to the performances by The Orchard artists, attendees could wander between a variety of interactive booths and stations to learn more about long-term environmental sustainability programs.

These stations were designed to empower participants with knowledge and resources that foster autonomy, community engagement, action, and impactful change in the sustainability space. For example, gardening at home and planting flowers and food alike was a theme at both the ALMA Backyard Farms and Niles Foundation booths. ALMA Backyard Farms offered small bundles of fresh flowers and seed packets to attendees while providing insights into their urban agriculture initiatives, youth education programs, and farm stand social enterprise program, and The Niles Foundation gave out small strawberry plants.  

Big shoutout to all of our sustainability partners for making the event so fantastic: The Niles Foundation LA, ALMA Backyard Farms, Heal the Bay, FoodCycle LA, and Rock and Wrap It Up.

We’re committed to doing our part to make a positive impact on the environment. That’s why, in alignment with Sony Road to Zero, we’re taking steps to address the climate crisis and minimize our environmental footprint.

How Team Sony Showed Up for Earth Day 2024
Pictured: The event committee and the BU Environmental and Sustainability leads from across SMG, The Orchard, and SPE.

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