The thoughts and ideas of our Town Hall participants at Table Two.
On Earth Day, April 22, resorts and hotels are joining the rush to be “green” by doing their part to reduce waste and curb carbon footprints. At several Disney World resorts, tree plantings are planned along with awareness activities such as “Party for the Planet” at Animal Kingdom and “Green Weekend, Bugs are cool!” at […]
Atlanta-based Active Production and Design has increased its inventory of LED Pars and Bricks, which consume 80 percent less energy than conventional lighting. “We are getting more and more requests for green meetings,” says general manager Steve Zaug. “That’s why we invested in the upgrade.”
Doug Kennedy, president of the Kennedy Training Network, has compiled a useful list of tips to help you and your attendees become green travelers.
Las Vegas-based GES Exposition Services has expanded its menu of green exhibit offerings to include 100 percent recyclable carpets, some of which are produced from recycled content. Other offerings include 100 percent recycled-content carpet padding, digital press kits, and sustainable exhibition products, including biodegradable trash can liners, T8 lighting, and biodegradable and non-toxic cleaning supplies. […]
When international events company MotivAction made the decision to go green, it wasn’t just paying lip-service to a hot trend.