Are you looking for sustainable event resources? You’ve come to the right place! We have highlighted sustainable event articles, tools, and some external resources that will be helpful in your sustainable event planning.
What is a carbon offset? The “official” definition of a carbon offset (from Climate Trust) is, “carbon offsets are the process of reducing a ton of carbon dioxide emissions in another location for the emissions you cause in either your home, office, commute, travel or other activities that use energy and cause emissions.
Does the location of the meeting really make a difference? Absolutely! Choosing a destination that is conducive to the event’s purpose and takes into account the location of attendees is a first step in producing a successful event. It is also a first step in producing an earth-friendly meeting.
If you have ever wanted to learn more about digital and physical event assessment methodologies rooted in real-world case study
examples, this white paper on Digital Event Carbon Accounting provides answers to these questions and sheds light on critical pathways to a more inclusive and sustainable planet.
Whether you are a event/meeting professional, an event marketing team leader, or a sustainability champion you are probably in need of a Green Event Checklist. We have created this list from our years of experience and implementation of green practices.
The purpose of this paper is to provide a lifecycle analysis for various food service ware options in order to compare the environmental impacts in each case, and provide decision-makers with researched information on better and best choices for their events.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. There are 17 Global Goals.
Sustainable menu planning reflects the decisions that organizers make regarding the selection of foods and beverages served at conferences and events. The choice of food and beverages can have a big impact on an event’s environmental footprint.
The MeetGreen sustainability experts compared event sustainability guidelines against projected or potential COVID-19 impacts as we know them to date. In the findings below, the green sections are “all clear” while the yellow sections are “use caution.”
Large or small, meetings bring people together to share information, generate ideas, and make business connections. When you think of being green or sustainable, managing waste is usually the first thing that comes to mind. A sustainable meeting or event goes beyond recycling or zero waste events.