As the event industry collectively holds its breath until face to face meetings resume, there are signposts this month that the current large-scale shift to virtual experiences will not be going away any time soon.
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 […]