Ten easy ways to hold green meetings | German Convention Bureau

Conference and convention organisers already have plenty to think about without sustainability as well, but don't worry, it's not hard to make an event eco-friendly. Start with our list of top tips.1. Pave the way in advance2. Read the signs3. Work without paper4....

Sustainable Event Design Begins at Home

Creating sustainability initiatives is easy. It's getting people to comply that's hard. That's why you should define internal sustainability policies at the office before trying to green an entire conference. Understanding what your team has been able to adopt and why...

Fun Facts and Simple Steps to Inspire Your Sustainable Event

Do your green event efforts seem like a chore? Forget that! Use these fun facts to help you shake the guilty motivation for going green and embrace your inner event sustainability solutionary to save money, help people and protect the planet.Reuse Banners and...

Power up your Event with Green Energy Ideas

The planet also feels the impact from resource exploration, development and emissions. Green power solutions for events have become an innovative way to earn sponsorship and reduce costs and footprint while having fun. Check out these ideas to jump-start your...

Green Your Meeting In 5 Steps

Green your meeting: 5 steps to establish sustainability and reduce your company's carbon foot print through smart event planning.Source: blog.book2meet.com

Trash is for Tossers: How to be Zero Waste at Music Festivals!

It’s festival season and from my experience, music festivals and trash go hand in hand. Don’t get me wrong, the people that organize music festivals are definitely working towards making them more sustainable (there are now water refill stations,...

Zero-Waste Event Makeovers Anyone Can Do

When it comes to eliminating waste at your event, a picture is worth a thousand words. Following are two examples of seriously simple, low- to no-cost ways to reduce event waste that anyone can accomplish. More quick tips by Shawna McKinley over at Event Manager Blog....