Everyone should be able to celebrate sustainably! Whether it’s at a football tournament or a classical concert, wherever large numbers of people come together to cheer on their team or listen in respectful silence, environmental and climate performance should come into play. This applies to environmental aspects such as effective waste separation and sustainable travel to the venue. And it applies equally to the social and economic dimensions, to accessibility and supply chains alike. The current issue of eco@work turns the spotlight on events and explores how they can influence society’s transition towards sustainability. And we talk to Wiebke Linnemann-Schweizerhof from Special Olympics Germany about social sustainability criteria and related measures.