Can green event conversation activate green event action?

As our Stockholm office readies to deliver the  CSR event we designed and, with Scandic Hotels, will deliver on the 29th of May, here at the Scandic Malmen, Stockholm, we plan to put that theory to the test.  The whole mission and theme of this event, like this blog, is to equip people with practical […]

GMIC launches the Trash Challenge

If you concerned like we are about the amount of trash created and recycled at events then you may be interested to join the GMIC Trash challenge. http://www.greenmeetings.info/trashchallenge/challenge.html The Million Tons of Trash Challenge was conceived by leaders and members of the Green Meetings Industry Council during the 2009 Action=Sustainability Conference.  The purpose of the […]

4Ps for reaching out to your supply chain

For most event organizers and many supplier, our ability to really increase sustainability performance is contingent on our ability to manage the supply chain. When we work with our clients we advise them to better manage their supply chain management. Michael and I created something called the 4Ps that may help you to think about […]

The Business case for Sustainability in tough times

Following on my Michaels post earlier, I wanted to attached a presentation that we created to really define the business case for sustainability in the meetings industry. The presentation details the opportunities and costs benefits using a whole list of research data collected by us and many of the global top publications and consulting organisations. […]

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