Event professionals have multiple choices to reduce carbon emissions at events. Which decisions are most effective?
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many event professionals to adapt their meetings to online formats. The shift presents a critical opportunity to learn about the carbon emissions impact of different types of meeting formats.
I was hugged by five strangers on my way to work today. Not because I did something to deserve it. Today I just happened to be at the right event, at the right moment in time.
If you think one simple step by one event professional doesn’t make a difference: think again. Even everyday decisions can make a big impact.
Many moons ago, I worked as a outdoor recreation leader and nature interpreter. Yep, that was me circa 1995: packing up the first aid kit, handing out the whistles and […]
The short-term nature of events can make success (and failure) seem fleeting. Once the curtain goes down, you’re on to another project and rarely glance back following review of the […]
Need help with your sustainable event plan? Odds are there’s an app for that. Or an online tool. Or maybe even a book to read. Don’t have the time to […]
As good, but 30% cheaper. Who doesn’t like a deal like that? When the French supermarket Intermarché launched their Inglorious Fruit and Vegetables campaign recently many of my Twitter and Facebook […]
These days, many planners ask venues to provide a recycling program for their event. But what happens to your event waste when it leaves the building? Every year, the Unitarian […]
Let’s face it, when you’re neck-deep in confirming catering for your event, the last thing on your mind is where the tomatoes come from. Which is why I hope you […]