Too many, it seems, prefer the ‘Analysis to Paralysis’ approach to green events. They perform exhausted reviews of every detail until, battered and forlorn, they retreat to their traditional planning

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I feel so fortunate to have,  in the last 3 days,  been present for passionate speeches by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Wangari Maathai, Rt Hon Tony Blair and President Bill

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The attached presentation outlines many of these current market dynamics, and shows some of the numerous  ways that companies are being ranked, rated and compared to competitors based on their

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Earth Hour, World Wildlife Fund’s big splash to engage us all in an action to raise awareness about climate change, is a noble pursuit, I suppose. The concern I have

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In the first of our guest contributions, Hugo Kimber, CEO of the Carbon Consultancy gives us an external view to sustainability in the meetings industry, and how this is indeed

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This week I had the pleasure to give a keynote at Green Meetings Germany. This was the most important event so far in Germany about sustainability in the meetings, events

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The following is an article Michael and I wrote for the Middle East Edition of CIM. It was written to create debate and thought over the growth and environmental issues

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Climate change is one of the single biggest threats to the world as we know it. However, according to a recent report launched by the World Travel & Tourism Council

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I am at the GMIC Conferance in Pittsburgh. Its mindblowing the feeling of positivity and energy here, when all around in our industry people are negative (not suprisingly) Yesterday at

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Last week I had the honor and the pleasure of speaking at the IAPCO general meeting. IAPCO (International Association of Professional Congress Organisers) is a non-profit organisation that represents professional

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