Hugo Kimber of the Carbon Consultancy and I joined forced to give a combined training course on how to measure sustainability data in events and meetings. This was delivered as

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Cheese= Greenhouse gasses (GHGs). Who knew, right? But cow milk, coming from the same many-stomached , fossil fuel eating, methane belching ruminants as beef (and, of course, veal), carries a

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After my recent post about the 4Ps of Sustainable procurement, a few people asked me- well «what’s sustainable procurement?» After starting to write a nice post, I realised that the

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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

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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

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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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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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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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