Here at MCI, we’ve been actively engaged in creating a community service action for our annual business meeting which this year will bring over 600 MCI staff and business partners

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What better way to close out a busy 2011 than with rousing, inspiring, infectiously enthusiastic, innovative sustainable event initiatives? We been busy elves of sustainability these last several months and

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We are so lucky to occasionally rub shoulders with the brightest minds and most effective leaders and thinkers in sustainability.  One such luminary is Hugo Kimber.  We are both humbled

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Transport to and from meetings and events, and the carbon emissions which result, make many of us want to put our head in the sand.  We can hope that the

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Organisations=Organisms Within any organisation, individual department-based process are interrelated and interdependent. Random example: The person working reception at a hotel, if they are to be productive and enthusiastic, relies on

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Authors understand that readers don’t want to know about the mechanics of a books’ construction.  They don’t go to pains to explain the manufacture of the paper that made the

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Parents differ on their approach to getting kids to eat vegetables, often falling into 2 camps: ‘eat it or else’ and ‘only take what you want».  Which method produces the

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Can an organization bring positive change to the world through supplier engagement? Any number of compelling examples exist. Wal-Mart, once vilified as a leech on local economies is now celebrated

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Today at the GMIC Conference in Portland Oregon, I led a fascinating panel about the business dimension of sustainability. It focused on how macro trends and issues will affect the

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We’re reporting live from the Sustainable Meetings Conference, the annual event of the Green Meetings Industry Council in Portland, Oregon where leaders from across the meetings and events industry are

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