The event, which ended Dec. 3 in Key West, recycled 90 percent of its trash — 1,713 pounds — and converted the rest to energy.
The daylong forum will cover everything from marketing sustainability efforts and identifying key project funding partners to current trends and future innovations.
Project ICARUS recognizes European companies and industry professionals who demonstrate leadership, innovation, creativity and commitment to developing sustainable programs, products or services.
The 2015 report encapsulates answers to 158 questions on venue space, events, energy, waste, water, accessibility, F&B, staff involvement and communications. Thirty convention centers from six countries and four continents took part,
It may seem pretty obvious that I plan on attending the Green Meeting Industry Council’s (GMIC) upcoming Sustainable Meetings Conference. After all, it is being hosted at the Colorado Convention Center (the facility at which I hold the position of Sustainable Programs Manager) and the host chapter is GMIC-Colorado (of which I am President). However, […]
The meetings industry is changing, and some may say not a moment too soon. Being the second most wasteful industry (behind the construction industry), any opportunity we have to reduce our impact on the environment is significant. While many of us are aware that action and change is necessary, we may not know where to […]