The Green Blue will be on standby during registration in the Regatta Centre to give plenty of practical advice on sustainable boating, as well as having a selection of free environmental products such as bilge socks, fuel collars and boat wash available for sailors to take away and try on board.
Working at the intersection of sustainability and events for the last several years, I’ve learned there are a few important items missing from most “green” event checklists. Tips I sure wish someone had shared with me during my Event Sustainability 101! 1. Don’t Waste your Time on... Read more
In spite of the popularity of the music festival scene, these events often get a bad rap for leaving behind large carbon footprints and massive amounts of waste. Luckily, there are a growing number of music festivals taking strides in favor of sustainability and energy efficiency.
For the first time in 2014, the carbon emissions and waste footprint of the Grand Départ, the name given to the first three days, will be studied by the Carbon Trust and Leeds city council. The pair will produce a report into how these aspects are being managed, along with the long-term impact the event has on transport habits.
The 20th Commonwealth Games has just begun with thousands of athletes competing in more than 250 events. The games have also tried to develop a successful legacy for the city of Glasgow and the organising committee have announced a commitment to sustainability.
What would you and your event stakeholders say are the biggest event sustainability problems? And how do we start to solve them? Following are six sustainability issues that are common to many events, including possible objectives you may want to set, best practices you could follow and tools you... Read more
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