Attention event planners! If you want more event sustainability success then pay close attention to NZCE’s latest documents, launched at ExCel on 11th December 2023.
Why do these seven documents mark such as turning point in the progression of event sustainability? Because each document provides expert “actionable insights and strategies” to help event professionals across the industry understand and implement the adaptions and improvements needed to advance their journeys.
The specific topics covered in the documents are:
- Food and food waste
- Smart production and waste management
- Travel and accommodation
- Venue energy
Alexander Alles, executive director of Joint Meetings Industry Council (JMIC), told Conference News’s Louisa Daley : “The expertise within the workstream teams has been of the highest level: senior operations and sustainability experts from event organisers, venues and service suppliers across the world.”
NZCE’s work will continue to focus on high impact areas, such as event emissions, on-site logistics, smart cities, traffic management and waste materials, around its three key pillars:
- Measurement, reporting and verification
- Activation and adaptation
- Communication and education
At MICE Concierge, we’re proud industry leaders in terms of event sustainability. In April 2023, we launched three key projects that provide clients, event organisers and attendees with genuinely useful, sustainable solutions. Get in touch to find out how our Green Days, GreenBedz and MC Carbon Impact Report can support your event sustainability efforts, from venue and supplier sourcing to detailed measurement.