Green meetings challenge the business model of consumption by looking at how we manage and consume resources, and much more.
These 18 minimum requirements should be achievable at almost any event.
We need action more than words at this point.
Greenwashing is the practice of “advertising positive environmental practices while acting in the opposite way.” It is bad.
It’s surprising how much green-meetings standards relate to everyday life. Here are some examples.
Steps small and large can help historic hotels be eco-friendly. St. Simons’ King and Prince and Atlanta’s Georgian Terrace are two examples.