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Fishing for a CSR Project?

Service projects at events don’t need to be dull, cookie-cutter or expensive. They should be related to the participants or organizations skills, interests or favorite charities. They should also be engaging and mindful of making the world a better place. Here we take the opportunity to share a wonderful CSR project held in recently [...]

Why We Support Giving Tuesday

As a company, MeetGreen has created a vision and values that are a core part of each team member. Our values are a reflection of us and the impact we have on the world. Here's a list of of our vision & values: We believe in creating a sustainable future We care about the planet [...]

By |2018-12-05T23:04:03+00:00November 26th, 2018|Blog, Corporate Social Responsibility|0 Comments

Design the Right CSR Project for Your Event

Less than a decade ago, corporate social responsibility activities were unheard of during conferences and events. Today, a majority of event organizers are including them in their program. The most popular form of social responsibility for meetings is a community or legacy project. Community projects fall into the "Feel Good, Look Good" category of CSR, [...]

By |2017-12-06T04:56:13+00:00November 8th, 2017|Blog, Corporate Social Responsibility|0 Comments

10 Hot Green Meeting Trends for a Cool Planet

Can sustainability really be cool? You bet! There are cool trends in sustainable events emerging daily as our industry sees a shift to experiential gatherings. The request by attendees to be actively participating in events as a learning tool makes this a perfect opportunity to participate in green meeting initiatives as well. The heightened awareness [...]

Challenge & Opportunity: Producing Sustainable Events Around the World

Producing sustainable events around the world can be a challenge, thankfully, the Oracle team always looks at challenges as opportunities. Oracle OpenWorld Latin America was no exception. Held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in June of 2016, the event had 6,000 attendees onsite and streamed the keynotes to 1M+. Armed with the objectives to… Waste Not [...]

IMEX America Rises to the Challenge

IMEX America is known for being high energy, vibrant and full of life.  It is also known for balancing those with mindfulness, wellness and healthy practices.  IMEX America is also known for sustainable practices and reducing their environmental footprint even when they are welcoming 10,732 participants using 14,310 room nights visiting 3,100 exhibitors. The first [...]

BSR’s Sustainable Event is Walking the Talk

Invite Corporate Social Responsibility professionals from Fortune 100 companies, consultants and practitioners of CSR strategy to a gathering to collaborate on building a better future and you had better walk the sustainability talk.  That is exactly what Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) accomplished in November, 2015, in San Francisco. Participants, speakers and sponsors expected a [...]

Helping Hands for Helping Hands

You want to help the local community, but you don’t know how to get started. Your to-do list is getting longer and longer without the additional research necessary to find an organization who is ready, willing and able to take advantage of your volunteers.  Volunteers who are only available at a specific time and date. [...]

MeetGreen’s 2015 Corporate Responsibility Report

As an ISO 20121 Certified firm and a member of the UN Global Compact, we report annually on our own company sustainability.   Our Principles of Conduct are inclusivity, integrity, stewardship and transparency.  We believe in openly sharing so we can learn, help others learn and together, strive for healthy events. Often, people think MeetGreen has [...]

Waste is a Noun and a Verb

The Event Industry has a bad reputation for waste.  Several sources rank it in the top five most wasteful industries. From extravagant buffets that never run out to show floors littered with abandoned booths, useless give aways, and leftover printed materials at the end of the event, the waste is evident. We usually define waste [...]