MeetGreen recently organized two conferences that showcased three of the most prominent strategies to increase F&B sustainability: food waste reduction, cutting back on serving meat and "upcycling" (recycling) food.
The Pacific Northwest is known for its beautiful scenery, so it should come as no surprise that its big cities are committed to sustainability and reducing the environmental impact of meetings and events.
As the world reopens and in-person meetings resume, sustainability has become even more important. Organizations have upped their game in reducing carbon emissions and addressing diversity, inclusion, accessibility and sustainability. These quick tips from MeetGreen's Nancy Zavada will get you started on the planning process
he Events Industry Council launched a Sustainable Event Professional Certificate program that is eligible for CMP CEU credits. The certificate provides instruction via 16 course modules regarding topics related to sustainability, social impact and event management.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sucked all of the air out of the room when it comes to pressing meetings and events issues, but have virtual events carried its message? Sustainable meetings expert Nancy J. Zavada chimes in.