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Stand up and be counted

Getting ISO certification to recognise the sustainable credentials of your business isn’t as expensive – or as complicated – as you might think. Stuart Wood reports

EICC launches new sustainable campaign Step Change

The Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) has launched a new sustainability programme, ‘Step Change’.

Viparis eliminates use of pesticides at its venues

French venue manager and organiser Viparis has strengthened its commitment to biodiversity, by eliminating the use of pesticides.

Event Wine Solutions goes 100% recyclable

Event Wine Solutions, a company which supplies wine to events, has moved to 100% recyclable bottles.

Reporting from the Green Zone at COP25

William Thomson, MD Gallus Events, reports from The Green Zone exhibition area at the recent world Climate Change Conference COP25 in Madrid.

‘Exclusively Corporate’ comes to IMEX Frankfurt’s EduMonday

IMEX Frankfurt will feature a new session titled ‘Exclusively Corporate’ during EduMonday, on 11 May 2020.

COP26 President dismissed by UK Government

Claire O’Neill, the President of United Nations climate summit COP26, taking place in Glasgow this November, has been dismissed.

Applications open for IMEX-EIC Innovation in Sustainability Award

The IMEX Group is again inviting organisations to share their sustainable stories and submit their best innovations for the IMEX-EIC Innovation in Sustainability Award, presented at the Frankfurt show, 12–14 May 2020.

On the frontline of climate change

Puerto Rico’s viral #CoverTheProgress campaign put it back on the road to recovery, after the island was devastated by Hurricane Maria in 2017. Stuart Wood finds out how

PCMA to raise $250K for Australia and Puerto Rico disaster victims

PCMA President and CEO Sherrif Karamat has announced a pan-industry initiative to raise USD$250,000 for those affected by the recent bushfires in Australia and the earthquakes in Puerto Rico.

Conflicting messages from Greta and Trump in Davos

US President Donald Trump and climate activist Greta Thunberg both delivered speeches at the World Economic Forum in Davos, 21 January.

Australian Government pledges huge bushfire recovery fund

The Australian Government has announced a new AUD$76m fund to help the country’s tourism industry recover.

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