5 tips from the sustainable meeting experts at Meet Green for making sure your suppliers have established practices around green meetings—and follow yours as well.
For nearly 30 years, Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows has received environmentally threatened green sea turtles from Oahu’s Sea Life Park, raised them and released back into the wild.
Oracle’s OpenWorld, held each year in San Francisco, stands out as an example of both innovation and sustainability for trade show organizers.
The hospitality industry is making an effort to cut back on waste by joining in on the #LastStraw campaign.
Here are five eco-friendly destinations that cater to adventurous groups while also offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
In order to keep airlines sustainable, the International Civil Aviation Organization Assembly adopted the Carbon Offsetting Scheme for International Aviation agreement in 2016.
MGM Resorts International will help groups give back to the Southern Nevada community with the launch of a new standardized program created to fight hunger.
Food waste, sourcing food and beverage and responsible destination experiences are three of the biggest challenges that sustainable meetings face.
Like the Appalachian trail before it, the Mountains-to-Sea Trail has been made by hand, a reflection of the cultural sensibility of today’s Raleighites.
Ancient ruins to ocean views, here are three of the top-rated golf courses in Mexico.
From puppy cuddling to yoga and yogurt breakfasts, Hilton's Meet With Purpose incorporates ]wellness into meetings and events.
Meeting planners can learn a lot about sustainable events from next week’s Greenbuild International Conference and Expo being held in Boston.
If it hasn’t happened already, requests for event sustainability metrics may soon be the norm.
If you are looking for new ways to integrate the principles of responsible meetings into your event, these three sustainability conferences could be a good place to start.
Groups can take a historic downtown walking tour to learn about some of the Victorian architecture that makes up Georgetown Square.
Forty years ago, today’s concept of sustainable development did not yet exist, but this didn’t stop the Puntacana Resort & Club from building a reserve that is considered a model for sustainability by today’s standards.
Groups will be led by experienced naturalists from local Sunrise Mountain Guides to construct bat houses and learn how they impact the survival rate of the area’s bats.
Staff members at the resort love the three queen bees onsite so much that they’ve incorporated them into Bee Breaks for small, executive VIP groups.
Forget the red carpet. A green carpet rolls out to meet Vancouver attendees.
Sustainability is a narrative of many languages, according to “Sustainable Meeting and Event Practices: The State of the Industry,” a new study commissioned by the Green Meeting Industry Council (GMIC).