It is an awesome feeling to be at COP15. The energy in the building is electrifying. It is like being at a large soccer game – with that internal buzz

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Hot off the press! Danish Certification issued today their official report which confirms «The management system used to plan and deliver COP15 conforms to BS 8901:2009″.  For sustainable event enthusiasts,

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Everyone keeps asking me – so what are you guys doing at COP15. Well here is the text from the official press release: MCI is proud to be a key

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Michael and I have just finished and released the first MCI CSR Report. This is the story of MCIs initial steps on the path to sustainability. It highlights the strategy,

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Unless, that is, you already knew that it’s a package of time honored, business management processes which can apply to almost any business.   There are many things the  standard is

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I recently had the opportunity to meet with some of the senior staff at Saatchi and Saatchi S – their sustainability consulting organisation. Their CEO Adam Werbach has just release

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Over the last few weeks quiet a few people have asked me what they think will be the key sustainability trends in 2010. So for a keynote presentation today at

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The Singapore Compact is calling the community of regional business leaders.  As the national society with an aim to bring the CSR movement forward in Singapore The Singapore Compact for

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Further to an early presentation given at Green Meetings Germany, the attached document provides a short and sweet summary about  developing Sustainable Meetings standards. Driven by industry professionals seeking clear,

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The US-based initiative to create new voluntary standards for sustainable events will,  once finalized and accepted, drive real change in markets beyond US borders.  If you have any interest, business

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