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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.
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.
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.
From puppy cuddling to yoga and yogurt breakfasts, Hilton's Meet With Purpose incorporates ]wellness into meetings and events.
If it hasn’t happened already, requests for event sustainability metrics may soon be the norm.
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.
Forget the red carpet. A green carpet rolls out to meet Vancouver attendees.
A cam positioned on the 7-acre green roof of the Javits Center speaks to the eye-catching draw of the space to both wildlife and potential visitors.
Since launching over a decade ago, Sustainable Brands’ value-based approach to commerce has been embraced by over a million business leaders worldwide.
In her Eventcellany blog, sustainability expert Shawna McKinley of MeetGreen offers the following alternatives to using PVC at events.
Invite alligators, turtles or even snakes to your next event at Westin Jekyll Island.
Planners can create sustainable goals for their meetings that add value to an event.
The Marieta Island's famous Hidden Beach is set to close for two months to undergo an essential environmental conservation program.
Spring doesn’t really get more fragrant than in Monaco, where an abundance of gardens create opportunity for elaborate, color-swept events.
There is perhaps no single thing planners can do to make their events more sustainable and less wasteful than to curb food waste. Read how one successful planner is doing just that.
With overfishing dramatically disrupting the balance of life in our oceans, here are 5 ideas for incorporating sustainable seafood into your event:
Pay particular attention to fish and tropical fruit. These can significantly increase the carbon footprint of your menu.
The more you can quantify your results—as in the number of trees saved—the more committed your stakeholders will be toward green meetings.