Meeting Sustainably

6 ways to make green habits a priority

Next to construction, meetings create more waste than any other U.S. industry. Planners can drive change. More

Savvy planners think green all year long

In the midst of this holiday season, you may have the color green on your mind. But we're not talking Christmas trees or dollar bills here, we're talking about green meetings. And that's a green that's good all year long. More

What we can learn from the itsy bitsy spider
What we can learn from the itsy bitsy spider

The spider’s ability to maintain balance is something to which any sustainability devotee should aspire.  More

The many ‘R’s of being green (reduce, reuse, recycle …)

By 2025 there will be an estimated 9 billion people on the planet. All will be consumers of goods, energy, food and resources. More

IMEX in 2013: An eco-tale of two cities

Is it feasible to expect a U.S. show to meet the same sustainability level as Germany? A case study. More

GMIC 2013: A bit of ‘madness’ to their method

At the end of the day it's about the story, and the Method story is remarkable. Truly one of the best keynotes that I have been fortunate enough to attend. It created a spark that will fuel me for a long, long time. More

Philosophy, not price, determines an event’s worth

Green meetings challenge the business model of consumption by looking at how we manage and consume resources, and much more. More


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