Soon, the British Standards Institute will release a standard on ‘Carbon Neutral’ events.  That is, if your event does not follow and document key processes outlined in the standard, it

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In starting this blog it was our hope to share practical examples of sustainability in practice in organizations, especially the meetings industry.  While other topics sometimes stir our passions, the

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In the lead up to the annual business meeting held this year in Vienna, Austria, MCI offices from around the world competed to bring home the MCI Leadership in CSR

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Perception and Risk Management For the last 2 weeks COP15 has been in the newspapers, prime time tv and on the radio. But I am not talking about the political

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I am not a very religious man but i find myself praying that our illustrious leaders can reach deep into their souls and empower their negotiators to find the right

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Copenhagen Bike Capital of the World As you probably have read, over 37% of the Danes use the bicycle daily. The mayor’s goal is 50% and you can see his

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So you have seen and heard on TV about the chaos of people trying to get into to COP15, but really what are the issues? Context Registration or Accreditation is

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Mayors from the world’s biggest cities discuss their responsibility in climate change matters. If our teams in MCI Copenhagen were not busy enough with cop15, for the last couple of

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It may be crazy outside – but inside the bella center it is peaceful and the energy is much more conducive to work. The ministers are working together in small

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Continuing with their solid sustainable event management leadership, the Danish government has decided tooffset the entire measured emisions of the cop15 climate conference. The UNFCCC secretariat in Bonn has an

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