Are you a Green Exhibitor?

Are you a Green Exhibitor?

Exhibitions which have potentially hundreds of individual traders setting up stalls have the opportunity to significantly reduce the event’s impacts through working with each exhibitor to modify their planning and operations. Challenging exhibitors to be as...
Encourage Green Delegates

Encourage Green Delegates

Conferences can encourage delegate (and delegations of people) to become Green Delegates – asking them to take a number of actions to reduce their impacts on the event’s production. This could include choosing a green hotel, travelling from the airport by...
Run a Green Trader Award

Run a Green Trader Award

Encourage food stalls, merchandise stalls, exhibitors and other vendors to be as sustainable as possible. This can be the products they are selling, the physical set up of their exhibit/stall, or the way they are operating. Put signage out to recognise the winners and...
Run a Resource Reclamation Station

Run a Resource Reclamation Station

Make a bit of a fuss over your waste stations. Rather than have just a boring set of bins, think about creative ways to present your waste. This can include staffed booths, offering incentives to return waste, or making the bins art themselves. Global Inheritance has...

Green Energy Sign Up

Partner with a renewable energy provider. Get them to host a stall and challenge your attendees to sign their offices and homes up to a  green energy. The Bellingen Energy Festival is an event actually committed entirely to this concept! energyfestival.org...
Do Waste As Art

Do Waste As Art

Collect recyclables and make art grow during your event. Use chicken wire and metal to create a frame and then fill it with cans. The photo on the right is at Sountbound Festival in Western Australia. You can also flatten the cans and stick them on the outside of the...