My grandfather spent a chapter of his life as a card dealer in a poker hall.  A maxim he often shared was “Call a spade a spade”. Today, in corporate

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‘We have met the enemy and he is us‘   Pogo Hotels, conference centers, caterers and wholesale vendors across the globe routinely offer non-sustainable fish choices in response to real or

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The US-based initiative to create new voluntary standards for sustainable events will,  once finalized and accepted, drive real change in markets beyond US borders.  If you have any interest, business

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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

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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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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

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