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.
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.
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 […]
500,000 pounds! Pretty dramatic weight loss for an event that in 2011 weighed 1.8 million pounds. In 2011, when Oracle OpenWorld began measuring the carbon footprint of onsite logistics, the […]
I come from the “Lock it Up” school of event sustainability: all event sustainability practices shall be signed on the dotted line to ensure seamless, as-promised delivery. No room for […]
There’s nothing like trying to explain something to a room full of eight year olds to wake you up to the fact that sometimes, you make things way more complicated […]
A recent column claiming tech conferences are destroying the world is the inspiration for today’s Meeting Mythbusters. While many a commenter has weighed in on everything from the science of […]
Reporting about sustainable events grew up a little this month as Intel and Autodesk joined Oracle in disclosing information about sustainable event strategies in their annual corporate responsibility reports. Intel’s […]