This week, here in Stockholm, Sweden, 2200 participants from around the world have gathered to address the critical issues related to freshwater.  World Water Week, now in its 18th year, focuses

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In continuation to last post, in Mexico i gave a second keynote at the National Tourism Congress about Creating and marketing sustainable destinations. In the attached presentation I talk about

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Just got back from the Mexican Business Tourism Congress in Villahermosa. The Mexican government is waking up to the need of sustainability in the Tourism industries. This was the first

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Posit : It’s important to measure event-related sustainability indicators  to further the cause and argument for sustainable events. The most prominent and controversial star of the indicator lineup? Carbon emissions.

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Business case for sustainability Through our consulting work with the UN Global Compact and with various trade associations, I have come to realize that there is a massive business opportunities

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Sustainable events require meeting planners to ascertain the amount of waste produced during the course of the event.  Like the swimmer who has no idea if they are doing well

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A longtime event organizing collaboration between our company, MCI Group, and Stockholm International Water Institute’s World Water Week brings water issues close to home. Referencing this research, thousands of lives

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We are living in exceptional times. Scientists tell us that we have 10 years to change the way we live, avert the depletion of natural resources and the catastrophic evolution

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Today is World Environment Day (WED), and I would like to invite you all to take a couple of minutes to read this email and reflect about your planet. The

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I am at the World Business Summit on Climate Change, which we are helping to organize in Copenhagen as a feed in event to COP15. The event features over 800

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